Transcript for Oklahoma Tornado: Shocking Images After the Storm
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.
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