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Oklahoma / Tornado / Moore #1044423

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 21, 2013
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[Moore RESIDENT - praises a teacher.]

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) The impact of the tornado on the Plaza Towers Elementary school in Moore, Oklahoma, noted. [In live interview, teacher tornado survivor and husband Janice and Mark BRIM†- describe what happened as the tornado neared and hit the school and helping out after.]

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) The continuing search for survivors noted. [In interview, Governor Mary FALLIN, Mayor Glenn LEWIS†- talks about communication and collaboration in dealing with this disaster, the needs: counseling, storm shelters for older schools, safety plans.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:11:00

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