Last updateThu, 29 Jan 2015 3pm

Sheriff leading up Oklahoma tornado relief efforts

Sirens rang through the center of Oklahoma on Monday, May 20 as an F5 tornado ripped through several communities, including Moore. With reported winds of more than 210 miles per hour, this tornado devastated 17 miles of peoples’ lives, bringing homes, business, hospitals, and schools to their foundations and taking the lives of dozens of people. This devastation has sparked a call to action in Crawford County with Sheriff Randy Martin leading the charge. Sheriff Martin’s goal is to fill a 26-foot car hauler trailer full of items to help in the Oklahoma tornado relief efforts and deliver it personally in just a few weeks.

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