Ruins of Moore, Oklahoma

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21 May 2013 13:00

Homes are reduced to rubble after the devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

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A pile of broken memories
Moore, Oklahoma
By Daniela Gallardo
21 May 2013

A pile of rubble stands in the doorway of a devastated home in Moore, Oklahoma

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Missing Parts
Moore, Oklahoma
By Daniela Gallardo
21 May 2013

A roof goes to the ground in an upside down world of devastation in Moore, Oklahoma.

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All gone
Moore, Oklahoma
By Daniela Gallardo
21 May 2013

Devastated house and car in the heart of the city of Moore, Oklahoma.

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VOLUNTEERS HELP VICTIMS OF TORNADO-ST...
Moore, Oklahoma
By Daniela Gallardo
22 May 2013

On May 20 a powerful tornado struck the city of Moore, a suburb just south of Oklahoma City, with a population of 55,000. The tragic event took away the life of 24, including 9 children, and left around 300 injured. The twister was one of the largest and strongest that has ever hit the area, leaving thousands of residents without homes and without their most precious belongings. In the interview below, a victim talks about how he is getting through this difficult experience and how he feels after the total loss of his home and goods which he worked so hard to obtain. Also, you can find three interviews with young volunteers (one local and two from out of state) to help victims recover their valuables and provide them with all type of help and support.

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VOLUNTEERS HELP VICTIMS OF TORNADO-ST...
Moore, Oklahoma
By Daniela Gallardo
22 May 2013

On May 20 a powerful tornado struck the city of Moore, a suburb just south of Oklahoma City, with a population of 55,000. The tragic event left a death toll of 24, including 9 children, and around 300 injured. The twister was one of the largest and strongest that has ever hit the area, leaving thousands of residents without homes and without their most precious belongings. In the interview below, a victim talks about how he feels after the total loss of his home and goods which he worked so hard to obtain.You will also find interviews with three young volunteers (one local and two from out of state) that were helping victims to recover their valuables and offering all type of support.