Yesterday's (May 20) tornado that ripped through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore is a painful reminder to all just how powerful Mother Nature can be. According to ABC News, the two-mile wide twister has killed at least 24 people, an esitmate which was just lowered by the medical examiner from the original estimate of 91. Tragically, seven of those casualties are children as the tornado tore through two elementary schools yesterday afternoon.
A short video of what sounds like the father of this family unit opening the storm door of his home and his reaction to seeing the destruction of his home. I can't imagine seeing everything I own ... destroyed
Anyone who has lived in Louisiana for any length of time knows we have bad luck with regard to weather on Easter weekend. There have been tornadoes and ridiculously strong storms more years than not if you listen to the stories.
Seeing how we've got some strong weather rolling through the area, I thought it would be a good idea to post what to do if a Tornado Warning were issued in your area. Please read this, it could save your life or the life of a loved one. Remember, download radiopup on your smartphone before a possible power outage. It's your link to breaking weather information on K945 on air and online!!!
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