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Coming from all over -- to find survivors and victims in the rubble of these neighborhoods that were literally plowed down by this tornado Oklahoma governor Mary Fallon toured the devastation she joins as good evening governor and I you know I can't imagine so many people are all going to have a place to sleep tonight except these shelters.
-- any sense of how many people are without homes.
Yes yes that -- -- habit -- very urged doctors and were fortunate that we only have around a 130 what he -- At that shelters right now -- that you just heard -- here reported there that a lot of people have thought that they with friends and relatives that so.
He thought alcohol but that's very generous.
Take here at their relatives that perfect picture -- -- Governor one of the things we've seen with all these trenches -- -- an incredible outpouring of help from everybody the federal government organizations everything in the first few of the few days.
This is a huge.
Catastrophe here any -- for quite a long time what are you gonna do to sort of try to keep the momentum going.
Where we are -- -- Help for a long time and they've they've what we're finding out -- people keeping people informed about four feet there are a lot of people that have also offer help.
-- all kinds of stories people that.
It's obviously -- throughout the -- walking about it is so -- houses but businesses -- that itself.
That help people that ought to get hurt in the -- itself.
And we certainly have a lot of the first responders that have felt like there are often very muted that they felt -- from other states.
An hour earlier there -- that we let our school it.
-- -- they'll -- you had a red dog and he was Joplin.
It and it is the dog in the job but I am I forced upon it that people to stop with help stamp went they had.
There disaster is here you have an effect of the company's health that we have had people have -- and certainly -- I've -- companies people from.
Governors that coffee -- have lost track but well over thirty gathers their -- officers that that.
The press that it's called double time and they're all the -- but very.
Have offered their fifth suspect they realize this is a major factor is it is going to say that while -- Recover front -- have a lot of work.
Governor Bellini and we look at the pictures on the -- -- you think this is actually horrible you hear about the tornado has actually horrible and then if you're one of these people actually sees it when you saw today.
Whereas Leo was anyone telling you how what you saw because it's so much worse.
Read it of course that person I avid -- they're both very light west side.
-- cramp struck after.
Around 3 o'clock if I got down there about -- is they -- But either -- organize it in the city -- our first experience factor that.
Dow there up five and first -- dark.
In the dark mystery it felt like Trippi -- fair for everybody watered down there have been a -- debris at a traffic issue that's just part of -- -- -- Self service but finds.
The -- that.
But -- about an -- -- different areas of education the art than he did it -- -- but.
Today heavy -- you go back he would fly with the National Guard in this and other emergency personnel with the director -- picture -- the event itself that it's okay if we think if you haven't personally.
And it -- it was it might be CC.
Travel office that he.
Have been at the path of tornado it.
Sea -- start expert in -- supply over the school's paper -- that.
Tough talk about walked the now that they're now we're about file -- -- how they're gone.
This is remarkable that we had so you this in India at this point -- -- but.
At this point 14 that's actually -- possible.
Special and we all thought it was 51 last night so Damon that death in a strange way is good news -- you know governor.
Thank you good luck and I you have your work cut out there -- -- it's not -- thank you governor thank you we appreciate it.
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