First aerial, daylight images of the Moore tornado damage

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MOORE, Okla. – KFOR’s Bob Moore Chopper 4 pilot Jon Welsh flew above Moore, Oklahoma this morning to capture the first aerial images of the tornado damage.

Some damage is being reported, including that to tree limbs, roofs and damage to vehicles.

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City of Moore Emergency Management reports primarily roof damage with some roofs completely removed. Roof and window damage has been reported at Southgate Elementary School.

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The Moore Medical Center took some damage, as well. The damage said to be minor and they are still accepting patients there.

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Damage assessments in the impacted areas are ongoing. Additional damage will continue to be reported to the State Emergency Operations Center throughout the evening and following days.

If you have questions about damage, call the Oklahoma Insurance Department Consume Assistance Hotline at 800-522-0071.

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