Rescuers and first responders continue to search for survivors in Oklahoma after a massive tornado that killed at least 24 people, including seven children. There is still a danger of more tornadoes coming through the area.
This morning, President Obama declared a federal disaster in five Oklahoma counties, and said that the tornado had been "one of the most destructive in history."
Firefighters from Los Angeles and Orange County are part of the emergency team being sent to the Oklahoma City area today. For more on how they're preparing to assist in the rescue and recovery effort, we're joined by Captain Jaime Moore, public information officer for the Los Angeles Fire Department.