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Melrose native Chris McKinnon who now reports for our CBS station in Oklahoma was also in the storm.
This week, two Salvation Army volunteers from New Bedford are heading to tornado-ravaged Moore, Okla., hoping to make a difference.
A Wellesley woman is recognizing the bravery of her daughter-in-law, an Oklahoma school teacher who shielded her students from the devastation of Monday’s tornado.
Rich Hamel was chasing another storm south of Oklahoma City when he heard radio traffic on the storm that slammed into Moore on Monday.
After the damage is fully understood, we’ll all spend some time thinking a bit harder about risk, and how we might want to do more to protect against it.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Joe Mathieu takes a look at the devastation from the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
It was an eerie coincidence for first responders who happened to be on a training mission in Beverly Monday when headlines trickled in from Oklahoma.
The National Weather Service confirmed on Friday that damage in the town of Stoughton resulted from a tornado that touched down on Thursday. A microburst was also confirmed about a mile away from the tornado zone.