Bryan Painter

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Emergency crews and volunteers are still searching mountains of rubble 
in Moore, Oklahoma, where other victims may have been trapped by 
yesterday's monster tornado. We get an…

Wreckage in Oklahoma after Tornado

Emergency crews and volunteers are still searching mountains of rubble in Moore, Oklahoma, where other victims may have been trapped by yesterday's monster tornado. We get an…

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