Oklahoma Disaster: Prayers needed

Devastation has occurred in Moore, Oklahoma today. An F3 tornado has struck this suburban area. In its path of destruction; two schools, a hospital, and countless homes. Among the destruction, 51 people (expected to rise) have lost their lives, this includes children.

Thoughts and prayers to everyone and their families in Oklahoma.

Information on how to volunteer or donate can be found on the Dana Show.

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–Tattooed Liberty

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. otterlimits
    May 21, 2013 @ 08:01:22

    Death toll close to 100 now. 😦

    All those poor children and the families of those poor children that died in that school.

    I DARE anybody to try and politicize this catastrophe.

    Reply

  2. 1776CommonSenseSolutions
    May 21, 2013 @ 10:04:23

    JUST RELEASED: “According to the Oklahoma Medical Examiner’s office, the death toll from yesterday’s tornado has been revised to at least 24, including 7 children.”

    At least some positive news from a tragic situation. Prayers are with everyone in Oklahoma and all those volunteering their time, talents and treasures to assist in the aftermath.

    God Bless us, EVERYONE!!!!

    Reply

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