Skip to comments.Oklahoma Tornado Survivor Finds Dog Alive In Rubble During TV Interview
Posted on 05/22/2013 5:43:17 AM PDT by chessplayer
During an interview with CBS News' Anna Werner, Barbara Garcia described surviving the huge tornado that struck Oklahoma City and its suburbs yesterday. Garcia recalled: "I was sitting on my stool, holding my dog, this was the game plan." Then, the tornado hit, the stool was blown away from under her, "I rolled around a little bit, and when it stopped... I hollered for my little dog. He didn't answer, he didn't come." The tornado destroyed her house, and Garcia pointed to the rubble saying, "I know he's in there somewhere."
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Thank You Lord for these two blessings. I am so happy for Mrs Garcia and her best friend. God love them.
well isn’t that folking handy
got her 15 minutes of fame by reburying a poor pet so it could show up on tv.........
OMG that is incredible! I can’t even imagine what it must have been like for that woman to find her dog alive like that.
Seen it..the 2 journalists should have been smacked. They let the old lady struggle with heavy rubbles instead of helping her. The lady had to ask them to help her.
were they my employees they would be sacked for being so crass.
Go back to your stinking, miserable existence and leave everyone else alone.
“well isnt that folking handy
got her 15 minutes of fame by reburying a poor pet so it could show up on tv.........”
Comments a 15 year old liberal would make.
Keep it classy
Unless you know that to be factual, it's mean.
just doesn’t add up......
That was a great video! (misty eyes)
Want attention much? Is your life that miserable that you have to try to bring everyone down with you. Sorry, not working. It’s people like you that the Lord came to save. I’ll pray for you.
I thought the same thing. Getting very cynical in my old age. She just didn’t react like I would have. Seemed fake.
She just didnt react like I would have. Seemed fake.
So everyone has to react exactly as you do? How high is that pedestal you have built for yourself?
Yeah, elderly lady buries her dog under debris in the hopes that a news crew might wander by to talk with her and then just happen to see the dog. Who, by the way, is so well trained that she just lies there waiting for the sign to move. Makes perfect sense to me. </sarcasm>
My daddy always said you can't fix stupid. He was soooo right.
I think she is a tough old lady. She didn’t seem to be too upset about the tornado wiping out her house and community, either. It seems she knows what is important and has probably experienced a good deal of pain in her years, chalked this devastation up to being just another episode of life.
Funny isn’t it? Funny, how just plain ordinary folks in OKC, Moore, OK and Joplin, MO, etc. all pitch in for the common cause of leaning on each other and reaching out to help neighbors & friends in time of need. No Obama, no
Federal Government, no Obama & his disgusting BS & political spin, just folks helping other folks in time of need and despair. That’s America!!!
Some difference from the mass looting and crime we all witnessed in Obama’s New Orleans!!! Always tell my kids and grandkids, it’s always the first responders, the local doctors, nurses, hospitals, churches, the Red Cross, the Salvation army, the local business community, etc. that makes the world turn!!! Major hats off and kudos to to all the regular dudes and dames for being what real Americans are!!!
No need to swipe the broad brush of “New Orleans” expecting the government to do everything. We all know it was primarily specific wards, not everyone. Many people there not used for news coverage just got to work fixing stuff....