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Oklahoma Has Long Tradition of Resilience, Perseverancei
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May 28, 2013 11:25 AM
The people of the plains state of Oklahoma have shown determination in facing disasters, both natural and human. One week ago, a powerful tornado tore through Moore, an Oklahoma City suburb, killing more than 20 people. But as Greg Flakus reports, area residents are living up to what has come to be known as the Oklahoma Standard.

Oklahoma Has Long Tradition of Resilience, Perseverance

Published May 28, 2013

The people of the plains state of Oklahoma have shown determination in facing disasters, both natural and human. One week ago, a powerful tornado tore through Moore, an Oklahoma City suburb, killing more than 20 people. But as Greg Flakus reports, area residents are living up to what has come to be known as the Oklahoma Standard.


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