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Tonight, "Piers Morgan Live" covered all angles of the devastating "mile wide" tornado that struck the town of Moore, Okla. earlier today and killed at least 51. Joining Piers Morgan live from Moore, KFOR reporter Scott Hines described the scene:
"It's complete, utter destruction. It's been horrific. It's been deadly. Been devastating." Hines explained he has worked in the area for about ten years and he's "never seen anything like this before."
Hines choked up talking to Morgan about the students stuck inside Plaza Towers Elementary. "It resembles a war zone," he described. "Folks are shell-shocked. I'm shell-shocked."
"This was one of those tornadoes that [if] people were not underground, if they weren't seeking shelter underground or in a storm shelter, then the chances of surviving this tornado, so grim. Like slim to none."