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New round of severe weather is complicating the recovery effort in Moore Oklahoma -- loved ones began.
Bearing the dead from Monday's devastating tornado friends and family just.
Hours ago gathering for the first for the funerals there this one for -- little nine year old girl who was among several children killed inside the plaza towers elementary school.
The enormous twister slammed directly into the building reducing it to rubble -- -- stopping 200 miles per hour.
-- fox report correspondent Jonathan Hunt earlier today got a first extensive look at what's left inside the school -- joins us live in more Oklahoma Jonathan.
I'm sure it was a very a moving moment for you heartbreaking in many ways what did you see.
Yeah it's a scene out all of stunning and -- to destruction.
In the plaza towers -- elementary school Greg.
It's also very poignant as you walk through it you see all these reminders that this was a place kids went to be safe.
And went to learn we sort map of the United States on the -- we -- school books strewn among the rubble and some books standing almost untouched.
On a book -- that was incongruous sleep.
All right it was just staggering.
To look at it -- and to realize that this was a place -- seven children.
Lost their lives look.
This is just staggering.
When you look at -- across here.
It's just -- this is your community.
This is the first time we've had a storm like this that went through our entire city from border to border.
So this is what's a little bit different than what everyone refers to the may third tornado that was a serious tornado bit.
This one is quite a bit so this is first graders in this area -- -- first grade and kindergarten in this area.
A hallway where they took shelter.
This is again one of the -- -- You've got to have that little frustrated that come out -- military tool to it.
Go to -- this government heads -- scratch against the war correct we have tornado drills regularly in our schools there are certain safe areas.
Unfortunately this was a storm and -- had one other storm like this that the weatherman even on this on the television will say -- not underground.
There's a very likely chance you won't survive the storm.
-- it's sixteen minutes there's no way -- in Q school with almost 500 people in and out in sixteen minutes.
But then the kids in this particular hole labels -- -- -- -- greatest and obviously owns the mine yes there's some things that they are working on that day.
What they wanted to be their favorite things.
Five things they've learned.
Right before their day was obviously changed.
Seven the young lives taken that day so many other kids' lives.
Changed -- -- just a terrible.
Terrible scene to witness Greg and one of the most tragic ironies that we heard today is that today -- day.
Would have been.
The last day of the school year if that tornado had hit precisely.
Hours later than it did.
Those children would be alive today Greg.
Jonathan Hunt Jonathan thanks for --
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