Oklahoma tragedy striking up close
MOORE, Okla. -- It is 6:10 a.m. on a late-May day in central Oklahoma, and the predawn air on the outskirts of Oklahoma City sags with humidity and emotional exhaustion. The scent of mildew hangs heavy on a breeze that buoys a sea of tattered American flags, whipping lazily at half-staff to remind the world of an indomitable resolve.
Darkness hides the staggering devastation. But day will soon break, and the sun's rays will reveal block upon city block of indiscernible rubble, precious ...
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