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Oklahoma / Tornado / Moore #1044420

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 21, 2013
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(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) The rescue operation in the devastation from the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma, featured; aerial images of the damages. the actual storm, the chaotic scene yesterday at the school parking lot with students reuniting with parents shown. [President OBAMA - talks about refilling those spaces.] [In live interview, MOTHER, Briarwood Elementary teacher Waynel MAYES†, student Kamden PURCELL†- recount what happened yesterday at the school when the storm hit.]

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper; studio: Chad Myers) The characteristics of a category 5 super tornado described; weather maps and storm video shown.

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) Disaster relief information given.

Cooper, Anderson;
Myers, Chad

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