Local Red Cross Volunteers Going To Oklahoma

May 21, 2013

Red Cross volunteers from Central Ohio leave this morning to help victims of the tornadoes in Oklahoma.

Agency officials say the first wave of disaster relief workers could be followed by several more, depending on the need. The twisters damaged hundreds of homes and yesterday's tornado in the town of Moore killed at least 51 people. Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb says 20 of those killed were children.