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Over the past few days, several tornados have touched down in different parts of Oklahoma. Now communities and people are trying to piece their lives back together- and they have been using social media to do so. One Facebook page in particular has garnered attention around the globe. The page is for people looking to recover documents and photographs- things that may have blown away in the storm and dropped in other parts of the state. RightThisMinute talked to one woman, Bo Baucom, who has recovered several priceless photographs thanks to this Facebook page.
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It's shocking the lengths people will go to to capture a YouTube video! While a massive tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma on Monday, destroying everything in its path, YouTuber Charles Gafford sought safety in a storm shelter. But, as the tornado drew closer, instead of pushing deeper into his shelter, Gafford put his hand out to record this video of the deadly storm.
The skies have been lighting up! First a storm brought heavy rain, water spouts, thunder, and lightning to Auckland, New Zealand. Then, a transformer failed in Casper, Wyoming, giving a brilliant display and leaving over 11,000 people without power.
Young Olivia Park didn't ask for a pony or a princess castle for her Birthday, she wanted to get a safe room that would protect her family from storms like tornadoes that are common to Oklahoma, where she lives. RightThisMinute Skyped with Olivia and her mother, Rosemanne Park, who told us more about why it's important for them to have a safe room.
Yesterday's powerful Moore, Oklahoma tornado took so many lives, injured many, and left people without homes. Watch as this family comes out of the storm cellar after the May 20th tornado just to see the destruction the powerful storm left behind.
Briarwood Elementary School in Moore, Oklahoma was flattened after a massive tornado rolled through the town on Monday. Oklahoma City Police Department representative has stated that there are currently no reports of injuries or fatalities at the Briarwood Elementary scene. The school did, however, suffer "extensive damage." Watch more video of the tornadoes that have caused so much destruction in the Midwest.
This story starts out somber. Barbara Garcia, a survivor of the massive tornado that struck an Oklahoma City suburb, is telling CBS reporter Anna Werner about the devastation that hit her home. She also talks about losing her little dog, who she says she knows is somewhere in the rubble all around her. But luckily, this story has a happy and miraculous ending. As the camera rolls, a voice in the background excitedly yells, "The Dog! The Dog!" Sure enough, Garcia's little gray dog was alive and well!
A tornado touched down for forty full minutes in Moore, Oklahoma, tearing through and devastating a heavily populated suburban area including Plaza Towers Elementary. Dozens were killed. To find out more information, RightThisMinute Skyped with Storm Chaser Ben Holcomb who captured this amazing footage.
The tornado that ravaged much of Oklahoma has been classified as a EF-4, with winds reaching 200 mph. This is raw footage of the twister forming and destroying everything in its path.
The tornado that occurred in Moore, Ohio, has leveled several communities and displaced thousands. With at least 50 people dead, the storm was one of the worst the area has seen. This video, taken after a family leaves their cellar, shows the devastation caused by the two-mile wide tornado.
Tornadoes continue to terrorize the infamous "Alley." Check out this incredible tornado footage from Moore, Oklahoma shot by storm chaser Ben Holcomb. Watch a Skype with Ben Holcomb and RightThisMinute hosts.
At least 51 people are confirmed dead with reports of 40 more. Dozens are injured after the massive tornado leveled homes and at least one school in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore on Monday afternoon. Officials say at one point the tornado was estimated to be at least two miles wide. More than 38,000 residents were left without electricity after the storm.
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