Oklahoma City: Cries of ‘help’ heard in rubble of flattened elementary school

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May 20, 2013

Rescuers have reported hearing cries for help from beneath the rubble at an elementary school that was flattened after a two mile-wide tornado touched down in a highly-populated suburb of Oklahoma City on Monday in one of the worst storms the area has ever seen.

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KWTV reports that a three-month-old baby and a four-year-old child are among the dead in the area of Moore, Oklahoma, and three people have been killed at a 7-Eleven. Nine are in critical condition, nine are in serious condition and seven are in fair condition, with two children – but these numbers are expected to rise.

  • Two entire schools flattened in Moore, Oklahoma after monster tornado touched down just after 3pm local time
  • Early reports: At least 15 children are trapped under debris at one of the schools, Plaza Towers Elementary
  • Children told to hold on to the walls, while teachers shielding the students with their bodies
  • Hundreds of homes wiped out and more than 8,000 people left without power
  • Reports that the devastating tornado appeared larger than 1999 storm in the area that left 36 people dead
  • More tornadoes now heading east towards Meaker, Ryan and Wilson in Oklahoma

 

Much more via US tornadoes:  Mail Online.

 



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Comments:
  1. Ragspierre says:

    Liberal/Writer/Producer/Comedian Lizz Winstead the co-creator of The Daily Show tweeted this out following the news that Moore, Oklahoma was destroyed by a tornado.

    This tornado is in Oklahoma so clearly it has been ordered to only target conservatives.

    — Lizz Winstead (@lizzwinstead) May 20, 2013