Tornadoes in Oklahoma Devastated Many, But Brought People Together

Photo of a box that says perishable.

Photo of a box that says perishable.

Lynn Spuck, Editor


At least 8 tornadoes have recently destroyed homes in Oklahoma, leaving many displaced along counties. But this horror has been bringing people together, aiding survival of all.


Churches and shelters have begun handing out supplies for families like food, water, and baby necessities. Some places will also tarp roofs and help clean up debris and trees. Many schools around the affected area have transformed into shelters for displaced people. Neighbors have helped their friends remove fallen trees from front yards, and have helped find family across town.


A tornado rolling through a town is catastrophic to both people and buildings. But instead of chaos, kindness has risen and people are helping each other survive in a desperate time of need.