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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

HS To Help Aid Officials In Oklahoma

The Homeland Security Department is leading an all-out effort to aid state and local officials in Oklahoma. A gigantic tornado flattened the city of Moore, near Oklahoma City, Monday. FEMAsays it has 300 people there, including administrator Craig Fugate. DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano met with members of Oklahoma's congressional delegation. She plans to travel there today. The Pentagon sent firefighters and equipment from Tinker Air Force Base. Agriculture is offering special assistance. And Housing and Urban Development says it will offer home foreclosure protection.


Anonymous said...

mr. A.
i know alot of people are leary of donating to charities but if you could maybe post the link to the "National Disaster Search Dog Foundation" on your blog it would be great, they are a nonprofit and they do great work all over. we try and help them out if im not mistaken they use reascued dogs from shelters as well.
-pardon the grammer, in a rush-
thanks for your time

Anonymous said...

Gay pride week in OK had started app one week before the earthquake.Think about it.

Anonymous said...

Correction:Gay pride week had just started the day before the earthquake.