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Oklahoma / Tornado / Moore / The Schools #1044491

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 23, 2013
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(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) The first funeral in Moore, Oklahoma, after the tornado reported; photos shown of victims Jenny Neely, Randy Smith, Cindy Plumley, Emily Conatzer; Christopher Legg; Karrina and Sydnee Vargyas.

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) Exclusive CNN blank/dark video taken by teacher Robin Dziedzic†† of the tornado hitting the Moore school shown with audio from inside the school while the storm hit and then afterwards with her repeating "oh!, my god" over and over.

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) A return visit to the mostly destroyed Briarwood school with teacher Dziedzic†† presented; scenes shown from inside the school and of a car there. [DZIEDZIC††- recounts what happened during the tornado; shows sections of the damaged school where her two kids were; comments on the haphazard nature of the event.]

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper, Erin McPike) Price gouging practices at hotels and gas stations and problems with "travellers," who are con artists posing as volunteers, discussed.

(Moore, Oklahoma: Anderson Cooper) Aid links cited.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Erin, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:13:00

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