Erin Burnett talks Ben McMillan, a storm chaser and EMT, who helped 15 people out of a toppled building following the Oklahoma tornado.
Oklahoma officials tells CNN that more than 100 people have been pulled alive from the rubble left by the tornado. Many of them found by rescue dogs, specially trained to sniff out any sign of life.
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OutFront tonight: Oklahoma City fire Captain Dane Yaw, who is a canine handler with Oklahoma task force 1, with his partner, Salsa.
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According to the Discovery Channel, the U.S. is hit by more severe storms than any other nation in the world.
Erin Burnett reports.
The tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma is hitting home for one storm chaser.
Dave Holder lives in Norman, Oklahoma, which is right next to Moore.
He is OutFront with Erin Burnett.
Among the countless images of destruction in Moore, Oklahoma, are images of sheer relief and gratitude.
One of the children whose school was destroyed in the Oklahoma tornado talks about his joyful reunion with a neighbor.
OutFront tonight: Jim Routon, along with his daughter Sheyna and neighbor Hezekiah.