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LAFD chief on tornado relief effort in Oklahoma




A woman salvages belongings from her Henryville, Ind., home, which was destroyed Friday after a series of tornadoes tore through the south of the state.
A woman salvages belongings from her Henryville, Ind., home, which was destroyed Friday after a series of tornadoes tore through the south of the state.
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The search for survivors continues in Moore, Oklahoma, where a massive tornado killed at least 24 people, nine of whom were children. Helping with the recovery effort are fire fighters from Los Angeles and Orange counties.

Chief Jack Wise with the LA Fire Department is currently in Moore leading a FEMA support team. He joins us with an update on the relief effort.