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We have these aerial images now we're in sometimes in the camera goes in from -- helicopter you can see people who look like -- on the ground just going through the rubble and sifting through what they can find if you're looking for belonging to the possibility of human life.
It's a desperate search as you can imagine here you see the blue uniforms about a white hard hats.
As we get a close -- look now at some of that.
Some of the efforts in the moments after that disaster struck.
What are roll this video here survivors on the scene posting video on social media like when this year what.
Apparently that's from a gentleman by the name of David Massey who was in more recorded a cell phone video and he posted it online showing people access into the rubble and find survivors -- -- -- dog they're trying to get back of the pickup truck.
The smoke in the background you -- still visible rising from the wreckage.
So many gas lines and snapped and some homes burned down as a result.
I want to get back -- our senior national correspondent John Roberts again live in more Oklahoma with a guest now.
And the latest from there John hello again.
Hello again bill again just to set the scene here or in front of the more medical center.
Which is just to the west of I 35 the main north south corner of the runs right through the heart of Oklahoma they believe that they got everybody out of here.
-- no serious injuries the search and rescue efforts that are still continue because when you talk about tornado damage and damage of this scale you get houses that are blown apart.
So they're fairly easy to look through but then you also get almost an earthquake effect where the building's collapse and pancaked down on top of them.
And the way that the -- -- can come down can sometimes create those spaces.
We're -- person is inside they actually find an area to hide the -- -- speakers still going through the many many collapsed homes all throughout the more city area.
Looking for people who may have survived this tornado one person to -- by the tornado as it made a near direct hit on his home.
Is Jim garner he's with me here -- you live just across the street house was damaged.
It was a completely.
Level but many houses we see over here you -- very fortunate yesterday.
-- sure we were more fortunate than a lot of folks around here.
Have -- around the street from our house.
There are no arrows.
Completely destroyed the bush and matter mr.
A lot of neighborhoods -- just completely go every every summer -- big tornadoes comes through we we asked people who rode out what was it like so let me ask you that question.
You know viruses I don't want to -- I remember driving the ZoneAlarm.
There's worse than Obama ever Woodward and storm shelter.
Wildest noise or.
No we should say that you you -- at that the house of your daughter and in your son in laws you made a couple of very Smart decisions yesterday.
One of the Smart decisions -- you've got into that backyard storm shelter tell me about that.
Well we were watching that leave the and my daughter's well -- -- -- the sirens go off was you know this noise and go to those children.
Not so that's good bill.
So locks -- out work virtue of our votes that are actually.
And Sandra Waldman.
John good run downstairs.
And -- voter -- -- Reduce heartburn hits through.
Just if you manage.
-- -- sirens start going well.
-- to have Newman got all elements of the shelter.
I come back in the house and watched the very -- what was going home.
And but it was tornado treasured -- Watson or night.
We will Truman and -- -- fail it was just amazing to watch the news.
There's images to your house is about a hundred yards away.
From where the main part of the -- devastation went when you're in that underground shelter could do you feel it is it was roaring around here yes -- is surrounded live.
Man -- ever find hidden as shelters concrete shelter.
And it -- Breeden a -- -- I mean my daughter and I'm -- both solve that we have lost else.
Where is audible alarm -- probably in the show room -- brick home.
And and then you come out after the storm passes and you're greeted by this -- -- your entire world was turned upside down you know sure -- -- And pretty devastated and so far dolls like you really slow here and actually how -- -- -- news.
Watch Larry we will look here a lot of -- a lot of -- are.
Jim I said -- made a couple of Smart decisions yesterday you and your family -- -- to go in the storm shelter the other is that your daughter has got students who are at.
Plaza towers elementary school for what did she do yesterday afternoon -- achieved.
New missiles come and -- out of but at Cleveland solution would those go a little bit more frontiers from -- what's I was at a around 2 o'clock.
And and the storm hit -- 259.
-- you might a good decision she went and got them do broke them home.
-- -- drew from one under we're we're emotional.
And I told you the news that twenty.
Or young children and staff members are are still missing at -- at this point we're here from the governor's office that there may not be a lot of hope.
You know having grandchildren at that school how -- you struck by.
I'm so proud -- over.
I don't know a -- of unlawful -- news.
I'm proud of her -- British more.
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And a thrill for families that lost here -- -- -- for school.
Vicious is the worst possible outcome.
Of a tragedy like this and for a parent to think that you take your child to school.
Where they're going to be safe and something like this happens you should and they haven't come out of the school.
And hear the news.
Out of stone house a parent I'm a parent of two year old twins I don't know how I could deal with.
I'm only there don't like Americans are beautiful large sort of -- -- do.
-- -- -- from parent should do loser here -- player.
Like there was no school is to sure prior -- I don't know.
We -- renewed drive and everybody got out of that school was doing everybody's.
Jim I know it's been a tough time -- really thank you for taking the time -- -- talk with this we'll we'll get your cup of coffee and we'll get -- that phone call to see you can check in with your family -- thank you aren't there thanks very much to -- that order right with the Jim garner and you can imagine so many people went through exactly what Jim did but but to have grandchildren over at that schooling and get them out.
Just before the storm hit I mean that's the good sense of his daughter and the good fortune to do that.
It is difficult to describe well.
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