A tornado the size and magnitude of the one that rocked Oklahoma this week has never been seen in New Jersey, according to records and anecdotal accounts, but the Garden State is not immune to twisters.
Rescue workers are double checking storm shelters and damaged property to check for survivors of the tornado that may be trapped as Moore, Oklahoma begins its recovery from yesterday's 200 MPH tornado.
Six months after we here in New Jersey have had to deal with the worst natural disaster to hit our shores, another one hits in what is commonly known as the “tornado belt.”
The mind has a hard time conceiving the fact that so much natural disaster could be occurring in such a short amount of time...
President Obama spoke about the Oklahoma tornado and said that "Americans from every corner of this country will be right there" to support the residents of Moore for as long as their recovery takes.