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911 Calls Reveal Every Second Counts in Tornado Safety

Only 16 minutes from first warning to touch-down to seek shelter from impending damage.
02:14 | 05/25/2013

Transcript for 911 Calls Reveal Every Second Counts in Tornado Safety

We hear for the first time -- -- when one takes is that tornado touched down. And we ask here with so many -- you wanted to know. Tonight for the first time the 911 calls from Oklahoma as that tornado... See More
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