The last two days have been devastating for Oklahomans, but they're resilient and have already made plans to rebuild. To show support for tornado victims, many people have opted to help search for missing people, clear debris and collect donations for families. Others have also expressed prayers and their sympathies on social media.
We've embedded a few uplifting tweets below about rebuilding, helping neighbors and strangers and coming together as one to survive this tragedy. #PrayForOklahoma
Here in Moore with my wife & few of our members volunteering! Oklahoman's are pulling together & making it happen!Wow!!!! #code red— Pastor J (@JoelTudman) May 21, 2013
we are strong,to time come together & rebuild the city of Moore, & other towns that got hit by the tornadoes. S/O to donations!!! #rebuild— St. Pierre (@natecharley) May 21, 2013
My heart goes out to Moore, Oklahoma. We are Oklahoma and were strong we'll make it through this together!— Lexi Green (@AlexisMorganGre) May 21, 2013
Oklahomans are resilient. We are used to adversity, and we rise up in a time of need. We will make it through this. #PrayersForOklahoma— Daniel Gordon (@DanGordon) May 21, 2013
The sun is shining in SWOKC and Moore right now! God will keep us close as we work together to restore our community and faith.— NYSooner62 (@NYSooner62) May 21, 2013