Oklahoma tornado response

| May 24, 2013

American hams rallied together in the aftermath of the tornado in Oklahoma, working in conjunction with other emergency responders such as the American Red Cross. Oklahoma National Guard aids search and rescue for Moore, Okla. tornadoAlthough the devastation is vast in the affected area, it was confined to a comparatively narrow strip some two miles wide by 17 miles long. Normal emergency services communications were relatively unaffected and the requirement for amateur assistance was small. Hams remain on alert in case of further problems.

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