When Oklahoma tornado survivor Barbara Garcia emerged from the rubble that used to be her home, she had lost the one thing most important to her — her dog. Read on for all the EXCLUSIVE details about how she found her dog, and how she’s now able to build a new home for herself.
On May 20, Barbara Garcia lost everything when one of the worst tornados in history destroyed her home. Fortunately, Barbara’s dog Bowser was found, and with the help of concerned people around the world, in particular Erin DeRuggiero, over $60,000 has been raised to help her build a new home.
Oklahoma native Carrie performed ‘See You Again’ at the June 5 CMT Awards, as a tribute to the victims of the Oklahoma tornado that devastated Moore last month.
Carrie Underwood gave probably the most memorable performance of the night at the June 5 CMT Music Awards, when she sang “See You Again” and her sad and stunning performance got her a standing ovation. Watch the video below.
How devastating. Only 11 days after a massive tornado killed 24 people in Oklahoma, another swarm of five tornadoes ripped through the Oklahoma City area on May 31, killing a mother and her child and at least seven other people.
Tornado season has possibly never been crueler than this one. On May 31, Oklahoma City residents were in panic yet again as five tornadoes — one a half-mile wide — swept into the area, killing nine people and leaving behind a storm-battered “war zone.”
Parents continue to desperately search for their precious missing children after a two-mile wide tornado destroyed an elementary school in Moore, Okla. on May 20. Seven kids have died, and as many as two dozen people are still missing.
As Moore, Okla. mourns the devastating aftermath of the category EF5 tornado that ripped through the city and killed 24 people, some frantic parents continue to search for their missing children amid the rubble and chaos. The deadly twister, which was on the ground for 40 minutes, slammed into Plaza Towers Elementary School — and seven children are confirmed dead.
President Obama has spoken out about the devastating tornado that hit Oklahoma on May 20, killing 91 people, and he said that the people of Oklahoma will ‘get everything they need right away,’ and he urged Americans to offer their support.
On May 21, President Barack Obama appeared from the White House to address the devastating carnage caused by a tornado that traveled through the suburbs of Oklahoma. The president urged American citizens to offer support to the red cross, and he said that urgent assistance from Nebraska, Tennessee and Texas was on route to help the citizens of Moore. He also promised that the “frightened children who need love and attention” will get it.