Transcript for President Obama to Visit Tornado Hit Oklahoma
Today, president obama flies to moore, oklahoma, where that massive tornado killed 24 people. President obama one of complete strangers flocking to moore carrying out acts of kindness. Abc's reena ninan is there. Reporter: Seven days after this massivenado hit moore, the residents are trying to rebuild. Touched by some unexpected kindness. Hi. Reporter: They're coming from all across america. Utah. Memphis. North carolina. Reporter: Motivated by those in need. I just wanted to come down and help. Reporter: Nurses from kansas driving 2 1/2 hours to help. I have been out here for a total of 30 hours now. Reporter: Offering simple gestures. It says need a hug, I'm here. Oh, that's a good hug. Need another one? Thank you. Reporter: Small acts of kindness, one beginning with just -- generator. 20 cases of water. Reporter: And a another growing to this. All zmr all strictly from donations. Reporter: Uplifting those in such devastation. Proving age doesn't matter. You need water, gatorade? Reporter: A white house official tell us that it's exactly that american spirit standing with oklahoma as they rebuild. A message that the president hopes to convey when he meets with first responders. We know that you'll be covering it. Having covered katrina and newtown, this happens all the time. Great to see that humanity. And ginger, you spent a lot of time there as well. Met a lot of people and victims.
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