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Heartwarming video: Oklahoma tornado victim finds her missing dog during an interview on live TV

Heartwarming video: Oklahoma tornado victim finds her missing dog during an interview on live TV

Samaritan’s Purse volunteers arrived in Moore and Shawnee, Okla., within hours after several storms, including an EF-5 tornado, devastated t...

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Samaritan’s Purse volunteers arrived in Moore and Shawnee, Okla., within hours after several storms, including an EF-5 tornado, devastated t...

July edition features inspiring stories from Oklahoma's tornado victims

July edition features inspiring stories from Oklahoma's tornado victims

Rescue workers help free one of the 15 people that were trapped at a medical building at the Moore hospital complex after a tornado tore through the area

'I can't explain my anger and sadness': Father of girl, 9, who died when school was hit by tornado describes his horror at finding the building reduced to rubble

Rescue workers help free one of the 15 people that were trapped at a medical building at the Moore hospital complex after a tornado tore through the area

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Oklahoma tornado, hurricane, wreckage, rain, flooding, lost dog, sad, oklahoma, dog, dogs, lost, missing, family

Popped up in my newsfeed. Just another day in Oklahoma. - Funny Pics Daily Archive

Popped up in my newsfeed. Just another day in Oklahoma. - Funny Pics Daily Archive

The Blue Whale    The Blue Whale has become one of the most recognizable attractions on old Route 66 in Oklahoma. Hugh Davis built it in the early 1970s as an anniversary gift to his wife Zelta. The Blue Whale and its pond became a favorite stop and swimming hole for both locals and travelers alike. Hugh was an entrepreneur in the grand old tradition of those roadside attraction proprietors of old. Over the years his park became a destination in itself.

The Blue Whale The Blue Whale has become one of the most recognizable attractions on old Route 66 in Oklahoma. Hugh Davis built it in the early 1970s as an anniversary gift to his wife Zelta. The Blue Whale and its pond became a favorite stop and swimming hole for both locals and travelers alike. Hugh was an entrepreneur in the grand old tradition of those roadside attraction proprietors of old. Over the years his park became a destination in itself.

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