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A woman candidate -- this is a Fox News alert we are following two breaking news stories tonight now first there are breaking details about the Justice Department's targeting.
Fox news's chief Washington correspondent James Rosen now Fox News has obtained the documents from the US district court.
Involving -- just hours ago and with more than thirty different phone records.
He exchanges match specific locations.
Of our White House both our pentagon and operation of State Department.
And even fox management and we'll have a lot more on this developing story.
Rudy Giuliani and -- to weigh on all of this tonight.
Tell -- while there are at least 24 people that have been killed nine of them children after yesterday's deadly tornado ripped through Oklahoma.
Now earlier today the State's governor said that rescue crews were -- -- a hard time navigating various neighborhoods because of all of the destruction.
Have a the very latest we go to Fox -- as police -- cooling issues.
-- -- On the scene tonight -- -- I shot and that death told number that you mentioned is something that has now been revised since last night's figure which is something that we had expected originally officials had told ever went to sort of prepare themselves.
For the number of children who were killed in the plaza towers elementary school.
I'd number to go up however there has been some solace in hearing that that number -- actually been adjusted down the nine children as you mentioned.
Seven in elementary school now the hospitals I can tell you are also busy treating more than 200 people.
A lot of them kids and the cleanup ended dig out here continues and it is such a gargantuan task.
It is also dangerous National Guard members are trying to keep the area secure and keep keep keep people out that is not easy and -- interstate 35 -- -- -- -- open exits into the area are closed and some people are staying at this Red Cross shelter -- -- coming here to -- they're coming here to pick up some supplies get some information.
Try to find out about people who are missing.
I can't tell you that the folks here are telling me that they have plenty of diapers and wipes and formulas they want them parents out there to know this but they also wanted to get out the word.
That they are in need of batteries that they need CN double.
For a lot of the people of this community are coming to either get food drinks or at least at the very least some rest and maybe some information -- -- -- Alicia thank you so much and joining us now on the phone.
From the Oklahoma city police department master sergeant Gary -- is Willis Gary thank you for being with us -- thank you.
-- I and I know the area more very very well I've often travel between Norman and Oklahoma City.
Let's talk about the degree of devastation where you are right now with the search and rescue mission.
Well as far as Oklahoma City goes it's it's changed from a rescue to recovery.
Type that situation for -- We had a total of four people killed in Oklahoma City the remainder would have been killed and more more is still in a rescue mode as far as I know.
But in Oklahoma City we're trying to get the streets back open.
People are going to have to be patient because -- just levels of utter destruction and devastation.
Neighborhoods for just wiped completely clean and were trying our best to get the roads reopened the soonest possible.
Is is there no more no longer search for.
Well in Oklahoma City again we believe we have everybody accounted for in all in all our city but more.
Took the brunt of the tornado they have a greater area of devastation and destruction and Oklahoma City does.
So these rescue effort is still going on there but as far as Oklahoma City is concerned we've moved to recovery mode.
Let's talk a little bit about the warnings this is tornado Alley and then obviously people watching states like Oklahoma Arkansas Tennessee Missouri Texas.
Tell us about the warning systems that you have in place and and how well do you feel -- -- that worked in this instance.
Well we we have several days' notice that the people who do the weather here whether it's on.
The local television stations with the National Weather Service do an excellent job of predicting these things that we do several days out.
But there was some very high.
Probability for a tornadic outbreak and of course that did come to fruition.
We saw many tornadoes so we had.
Not a lot of warning time once the tornado was on the ground just a matter of minutes.
Before it struck southwest Oklahoma City and in the city of more.
Yeah but you're not part of the country again you mentioned this tornado Alley.
But people here -- to -- whether or where they deal with tornadoes on a regular basis much like people on the West Coast might be a more aware of earthquakes -- people and other parts of the country.
I know a lot of people have been writing asking calling tweeting live they want to know how best that they're able to help could you give me some my assistants on that in that regard.
Really the best way to help is too.
Is to go through so this just like the Red Cross the united way the Red Cross I know it's has blood donation program set up for people can text to the Red Cross to make a donation to -- cell -- And that's really the best sway the public at large can help.
-- master sergeant -- -- our prayers tonight thank you so much for being with us and joining us now.
Is the -- Oklahoma State represented -- -- -- -- -- -- with us thoughts and prayers are with you thank you so much for being with us.
Well thanks John thanks for having me on -- give us the latest from your perspective obviously gonna get a lot of help from the federal government the state obviously at a rainy day fund.
But a lot of people into housing food water shelter everything that one could imagine.
Yeah you know -- Stalin things you know you just got to take it one day at a time.
Everybody is gonna presented challenges I just I was up my helicopter here.
Always speak to me after an hour to go and I got to look at the damage and it's -- you know it's very devastating and feel my heart goes out these people you know my family moved to.
More like in the mid 1940s.
So you can imagine the family and friends that we have in this community in the and you know this just a point x.s and and then the other people that we know my own parents they had their house it was destroyed I I haven't been able to.
Really -- my parents too -- have been really busy here with my.
Family -- 40000 people or 37000.
Are represented here.
She wrote it out underneath her the stairway in their homes so.
It's it's been quite an experience.
-- sorry to hear about your parents home it's very hard I mean people worked their whole lives everything they have or are in these homes.
And then at the end a lot of -- -- thankfully came out my life because this is so dangerous.
-- do you think that maybe looking into the future knowing how devastating assault could be wouldn't be in everybody's best interest that they they had -- a shelter that's underground that separate.
And apart from their house.
I know a lot of people do have -- The you know artists that I've lived here home alive -- I don't have a storm shelter and you know I guess I.
Think come on dodged the bullet or something I don't know but it came with -- core Amal my home I think I'll own one now but.
I don't know why we don't is just some people don't choose to -- -- storm shelter but it's just amazing with the devastation I mean -- history of these houses off.
Slab and that more people and -- point four war or killed or injured or I guess it was 200 some that were injured but that's that's a small number compared.
So what I've -- -- flew over.
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