A woman from Colorado has left for Oklahoma to help children affected by the tornado. She was handpicked by the Red Cross because of her experiences helping children through emotional trauma.
When seeing how many people have been affected by the tornado in Oklahoma, it’s obvious that help will be needed for quite some time, but there is a process to providing that help.
Wednesday marks five years since the most expensive tornado in Colorado history. The EF3 twister ripped through Windsor in Weld County with winds over 165 miles per hour.