Storm season is here! And I know what most of you are thinking; why is this important?
Well. I live in the pan shaped state of Oklahoma, which is in an area called Tornado Alley(center area of the US), which is constantly bombarded by tornadoes. So far tornadoes have hit the Northern parts of OK(Oklahoma) the most. From what I have heard, one hit Moore and an Elementary School took a direct hit from it. I am not sure how many people are injured, or if any at all. But I know class was still going when it hit. The news was all over this tornado I believe, so they would have had a good warning. I'm pretty sure everyone had gotten into a safe room or underground. Luckily there seems to only be one fatality so far and that was in a trailer park yesterday or Saturday. It's a pretty bittersweet outcome, knowing that someone was unable to get to safety, but at the same time, there were no other fatalities.
Also a semi was flipped off a bridge on a freeway, and another hanging off right above it. There were a lot of large trucks like that actually, most likely because of the high winds. I don't think anyone was killed in those accidents, or at least not that I had heard on the news.
I guess the only thing we can do now is pray that the storms will not be as bad as they have been, and more people get to safety.