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This study have been Oklahoma and they continue spinning out to gain and it's just.
Just reeling but there's nothing left most of this up over here is Iranian and -- just going.
I -- dose of deja Vu for residents -- more Oklahoma and now forced to relive the effects of a deadly tornado just fourteen years after their city was hit.
By an equally devastating twisters so.
How -- they even begin where do you even begin to rebuild that's a good question today for our next guest.
1999 she's a lifelong residents.
I've Moore Oklahoma and deer track we're so we're so thrilled to have you with us today tell us a little bit about how.
How you even begin where do you begin here.
Can't thank you spent much and done of course -- -- them still extremely devastating at this point we're very much still in crisis mode and today and -- so you know we're just taking care basic needs at this point and still -- You know looking at what what we need to do four and -- and and their families and just making sure that everybody is state.
After that and we need to clean up of course -- cleanup helped -- them -- cleanup help access and it was spirits and it just allows people to better.
-- there they're resources that are around them.
What did you learn from the aftermath in nineteen -- nine.
That you feel we'll be applied here.
Well and unfortunately it's it's all too similar and we had another tornado and 03 that was.
Horrific -- that 99 and and fortunately this one does seem to be and seemingly worse -- -- is maybe the areas affected and it certainly deductible.
So and we learned that.
We can make it though maybe unhappiness that the -- is probably what's gonna get it -- you.
Somebody's first few hours and just.
Feeling completely overwhelmed so we've done it before we know that we have that resource -- and the support and -- federally.
Great this state they're there we just have to know how to leverage standard and went to leverage and and and make sure that our local architecture strong enough to receive that amount of support.
One probability study.
Said that your chances of getting hit by attorney don't EF four -- stronger are one in 101000 the chances of that happening to your home twice -- is one in 100.
And her I'm sure you've heard the debates that are ongoing sort of in this national narrative about.
More regulation more government regulation will make cities like -- -- Safer and -- this is so personal to you so what what are your thoughts on that -- insure you for that conversation now emerging in the share pretty stand on that.
Well of course I literally have lived here my whole life and though I obviously am willing to take take my -- -- and I feel like my god they're okay and and and -- they don't.
They don't hit everywhere it went in this town my whole life and I've never -- my personal home.
Completely destroyed we had damage and I had you know been damaged two others that.
And I wish I everybody -- want that you know consider what -- what the options aren't.
And Dan I -- their but he will lead the main thing is better citizens their space and that they feel -- But that we provide -- quality of life and make people want to live here and as far as being resilient than I've walked around and I think people that day.
We will rebuild and so.
I guess you can't question the fact that they've rebuilt after 99 stronger and better we results after -- stronger and better.
It's I can't see this being any different.
It feels terrific right now but I just.
The patterns says that we rebuild because there's more big -- and potential harm.
It's NIC your perspective today -- thank you so much sunny got a busy day ahead UN -- -- checking in with you in the weeks and months to come after -- it would appreciate it thank you so much we.
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