MOORE, Okla. tornado,

I thought I would share these pictures.

I had to wait till this afternoon about 20 hours after the storm to find out that who I knew was okay.

The first picture is from another friend of the twister the day before about an hour away from Moore OK. He and his people are okay with some minor property damage. This was an EF-4 twister.

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Here is the picture from a friend near Moore on her way home. The White Truck is turning around and traffic is just stunned looking at the monster. This was an EF-5 which is very rare and very deadly.

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These are pictures I found from around the web. The first one I will call “The Girl “ Be happy she is alive and well. Scared but alive and well. Her eyes say a lot. The children where lifted out of a cavity one by one. Firefighter and police handing the child to the next one passing the children down the line towards paramedics and nurse. The distance needed for the chain of people was more than police or firefighters had in numbers. Neighbors parents were hand in hand within that chain. The girl in this picture you can see several sets of hands. Awesome community karma wonderful to see. Everyone will remember the chain the community coming together that is the reason I love this picture.

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The good news is the toll is adjusting down.

The last EF-5 was 2 years ago to the day in Joplin, MO. I had a friend there from High School who is a policeman none in his family was hurt in Joplin. He told me of his mother hiding under her bed when the outer walls and roof and most everything in the house was gone in a second. Yet she remained untouched.

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Comments
5 Responses to “MOORE, Okla. tornado,”
  1. How incredibly scary! I was thinking about you all day, I’m glad you are okay!

  2. Skeggjold says:

    Thank you. In Kansas our weather is nothing compared to down south.

  3. godtisx says:

    The earth is going bizerk. Glad your friends were okay.

  4. cg says:

    Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses and commented:
    I have lived through a tornado. So I know how these people were feeling.

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