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Reporter Lance West Moved To Tears During Oklahoma Tornado Coverage; Watch Here

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So, so sad!

In the wake of yesterday's tornado, Moore, the southernmost area of Oklahoma City, was “absolute chaos.”

Following the tornado’s destruction of two elementary schools — that left children trapped under the rubble — Emmy-winning reporter Lance West rushed to the scene to provide coverage for news station KFOR.

But even he couldn't keep from tearing up over the terrible destruction and rising death count.

He began:

"I've never seen anything like this in my 18 years covering tornadoes here in Oklahoma City. This is without question the most horrific — I've never seen…"

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and listen to the heartbreaking report.

Our thoughts are with all those affected by this horrible tragedy.

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4 comments to “Reporter Lance West Moved To Tears During Oklahoma Tornado Coverage; Watch Here”

  1. Sanders says – reply to this


    1

    I live in Oklahoma and its devastating what happened. I just wanted to say thank you for your sensativity when telling the stories of my state. Thank you.



  2. 2

    I can't believe they were defending him after he was crying. He's human, not a robot, we totally understand why he would get emotional. There was no need to try to excuse it or anything like that…



  3. 3

    The anchors on the desk were completely insensitive dicks to the reporter. This guy is seeing with his own two eyes the utter devastation and these two idiots add their two cents.

  4. Erica says – reply to this


    4

    I know this post is forever ago, but I was in this tornado, above ground, lived and lost everything.