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Oklahoma Tornado Survivor Saves Herself And Dog In Bathtub [Video]

As unimaginable footage of the devastation in Moore, Oklahoma is shared with the rest of the nation, stories of everyday people who become heroes in their own special way showcase our resiliency and brave spirits in times of disaster.

This brave young woman named Elizabeth risked her life to get home to her beloved dog, Ginger, and reminds us that our animals can’t take care of themselves in very bad weather.

Be aware that we do have a very strong possibility of thunderstorms in our area today, and into this evening.

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