Although the National Weather Service has only confirmed one tornado in Atlas Township, amateur storm chasers were able to capture raw video of what appears to be a tornado touching down in the Beecher area in Mt. Morris Township.
Always thought this was kind of an exciting way to make a living. Storm chasers Bradon Ivey and Sean Casey were sitting in their “Tornado Intercept Vehicle” when they quite literally intercepted a tornado.
Ever since that EF5 tornado decimated the town of Moore, when we think of Oklahoma we think of the devastation. I thought it would be good to showcase some good things in Oklahoma, especially when it comes from the "There's something you don't see everyday" file.
Officials in Oklahoma have lowered the number of deaths suffered to 24 in the massive tornado that swept through the town of Moore Monday night. Originally, the figure had been as high as 51, probably a result of double-counting.
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.
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