We turn out images taken in the direct aftermath of yesterday's twister images that for the brave people of Moore Oklahoma. -- a somber reflection on what they have endured. Each of these chilling... See More
We turn out images taken in the direct aftermath of yesterday's twister images that for the brave people of Moore Oklahoma. -- a somber reflection on what they have endured. Each of these chilling photos was captured by Associated Press photographer -- old Iraqi who was one of the first on the scene. We have had advance warning that Tony and -- would probably be developing again yesterday afternoon -- I -- I had to get down here quickly. Hanging around here before it hit or at least be on my way beforehand. I was expecting to find. Destruction driving down here it's. It is a lot of worry a lot of anticipation -- parked car -- faster and -- around -- and that's when I found the school. What I suddenly islands yesterday was kind of like saving grace because. There there was all this destruction here and didn't do bad things and people died but what I did see was people being insane. And you don't get to see that very often. The school is really badly hit. When I rounded the corner inside the building at first I did not I didn't know that it was his go -- that's when they told us school that's where it. I think investment just came from and they were images that have children -- -- You know among all this destruction they they were being changed to. But the degree that weighs so heavy and so -- it was amazing that anyone -- And it was just and every time. The child got a lot of there there is assistance relief -- another one. And she's okay he's okay he looks scared but they don't really look like her. It's actually witnessed the in the same thing if it's. -- People who wish to make a donation to support the Red Cross response can visit Red Cross dot org. Now 1800 Red Cross or tax Red Cross to 90999. To make a ten dollar donation.
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.