Survivors of the massive tornado that hit Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon talk to NBC’s Janet Shamlian, giving a sense of the terror they felt while being in the path of the monster storm.
Tornadoes like the one that flattened Moore, Okla., on Monday typically only take minutes to leave miles of devastation. TODAY’s Al Roker explains the weather conditions that combine to form tornadoes.
The Weather Channel’s Mike Bettes takes a look at the tornado shelter where six people rode out the devastating storm in Moore, Okla., on Monday, talking to survivor Gerald Mobley about his harrowing experience inside.
Rhonda Crosswhite, a teacher at Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., describes covering her students with her body to protect them from the tornado that devastated the school.
Before yesterday’s tornado touched down, when Moore, Okla., residents referred to “the big one” they were talking about the F5 tornado that tore through the area back in 1999. TODAY’s Al Roker talks about the devastation left behind by that storm.
Alfredo Corrales and Viviana Luna talk about riding out the tornado in Moore, Okla., inside an underground shelter as Corrales says the pressure from the wind “was pulling up the door” while he and a neighbor held onto the latch.
NBC’s Kristen Welker reports from the White House, where President Obama has been updated overnight on the devastation in Oklahoma. FEMA personnel have been dispatched to the region.
The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore reports on search-and-rescue efforts in Moore, Okla., that went on through the night and are continuing today.
Cristopher Foster, Maggie Millikan, and Robert Foster talk about living through the devastating tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon, not knowing for hours whether family members were safe and losing their homes to the storm.
Officials in Oklahoma report at least 20 children were killed and 70 hurt by the monstrous tornado that ripped through the state on Monday with two elementary schools in its path. NBC’s Lester Holt reports on the violent storm’s youngest victims.
NBC’s Jay Gray reports from the neighborhood around Briarwood Elementary School in Moore, Okla., which was destroyed by a tornado Monday afternoon, where searchers have been working through the night.
Dr. Nancy Snyderman, NBC’s chief medical editor, discusses the injuries and trauma that medical staff have been dealing with in storm-ravaged Oklahoma, saying “everyone is exhausted” and “psychologically traumatized.”
Glenn Lewis, the mayor of Moore, Okla., which was devastated by a tornado Monday afternoon, talks about search and recovery efforts in the wake of the storm, saying authorities have been going door to door looking for survivors.
Apple CEO Tim Cook testifies before a Senate committee Tuesday about the company’s tax strategies. Senate investigators reported Monday that the company holds more than $100 billion in cash overseas to avoid U.S. income taxes.
Brandi Kline and her two sons, both students at Plaza Towers Elementary in Moore, Okla., which was directly hit by the tornado Monday afternoon, recount their experiences.