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-- -- the president is going to be heading to Oklahoma on Sunday to inspect tornado damage today and more the focus continues to be -- just the clean up.
Early estimates putting down as of more than two billion dollars to Oklahoma governor America I -- -- -- had any sleep -- -- -- She joins us right now governor how to things -- there today.
Whether looking different today male we -- we are starting to see the debris.
Scooped up -- the streets and at a summit the public areas and this lined up along the streets for people start picking -- -- And -- also seen some construction companies are coming around.
A lot of debris removal.
But we're still letting that the families got back into their neighborhoods and gather their personal lives of what we go into any of the home areas.
Governor how did and you know and medium with the disaster here and it's hard to check -- -- this -- -- -- The body and injury count -- it.
Starts -- so high it revised down.
What was behind this numbers that later proved totally.
-- -- Well the numbers that changed that second day it was because you're so much chaos going on here we didn't have any communications it back so hard to get.
Cell phone communication need an Internet communications area because there's so much traffic and -- -- with the with a different.
Television media people here is just really tied up so.
There there were different numbers coming into different folks I think people kept adding numbers on.
And finally on Tuesday we said we're gonna go to the Emmys opposite -- -- physically camp the bodies.
And determine an accurate number because we -- -- -- off any type but that's hearsay.
Coming so that's how we get a more accurate numbers.
Deal and there are a lot of folks are saying right now governor what maybe we've got to -- to do you build more shelters stronger shelters.
Maybe that's federal government's job -- State's job but that they need more shelters and they've got to be able to withstand.
The most serious us in this case.
If -- storms that that the mother nature condition.
Where do you stand on.
I think it should be involuntary it's up to the individuals up to the businesses it's -- to school districts to determine.
If they want -- that a storm shelter but I was certainly encourage it I think it's a Smart thing to -- But you got to remember that this tornado that struck here this.
It's not abnormal occurrence it's a real rarity at her today it's one or 2% chance that you have this -- Storm and answering that a -- that would come through.
And most storms that that -- through this -- at getting your closet and get into.
A small -- it in your house at this.
Level one or level two tornado according to the experts and you survive those type of things and that's more what we have this is not a usual occurrence in Oklahoma.
It is not but I think both sides both of them both parties are governor happens when usual when there prays for you would handle was not easy to do.
Governor Phil thank you everybody.
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