6 Missing After Tornado Outbreak

More than 100 people were injured and at least 13 killed as five twisters tore through central Oklahoma.
2:14 | 06/03/13

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Reporter: Good morning, sam. Authorities say they're still searching for at least six missing people. Many of them sought refuge from the tornado only the be washed away be the massive floodwaters. Overnight, search teams combed oklahoma's deep fork river as many as six people here are still missing. And feared washed away in the flash flooding that came with the powerful tornadoes. Get to the other side. Reporter: Abc news was with one team, climbing down into rough terrain as rescuers searched inch by inch. Authorities believe a mother and her 8-year-old daughter were washed away when they sought ref yunl from the tornado in a storm drain. The bodies of five other family members that were with them have been found already. I'm sad. My heart is broken. Reporter: More than 100 people injured and 13 killed as five twisters tore through oklahoma friday. Seven of those killed in their cars, many stuck in traffic as thousands tried to escape the storm. The storm bringing a torrential downpour, creating this massive sink hole and flooding entire neighborhoods, leaving homeowners in tears and torn near downtown oklahoma city. We do have our lives. I feel guilty for feeling bad. Reporter: This morning, the emotional and painstaking process of cleaning up begins. Some cling to fading hope of finding those still lost. Sam, you know, being in car is not an ideal place to be in a tornado. The national weather service says you should only try to escape a tornado if you have several hours to get away. The first line of defense is to get to a shelter. The you're already in your car, they say stay inside, put the seat belt on. Move the car away from the lanes of traffic, put your head down below, beneat the windows to protect yourself. Sam? It's just the toughest advice to give anyone. If you're in car, the tornado is already that close, you're in the wrong place. You should have already made plans to be somewhere else. Now, we go back to the area.

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