Governor Fallin signs disaster relief bill
Aftermath of the tornado outside Moore Medical. Taken by Jennifer Thompson
MOORE, Okla. – Governor Mary Fallin signed a disaster relief bill that allow $45 million for relief efforts in Oklahoma.
The bill appropriates the $45 million in aid to victims in Carney, Little Axe, Moore, Norman, Newcastle, Shawnee and other areas affected by the storm.
Official said at least 1,150 homes were destroyed.
That number may change as assessments continue.
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