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As the people of Moore, Okla. continued their search and rescue among the devastation left in the wake of a massive two-mile wide tornado that tore through the town earlier in the afternoon, late Monday night "Piers Morgan Live" spoke to Michael Welch who witnessed the deadly storm that left at least 24 dead including nine children.
"It's definitely scary," said Welch who was able to record close-range video of the tornado as it touched down. "It's just one of those things I'll remember my entire life. I don't think very many people see it that close, so I feel very blessed to be alive."
CNN's George Howell also joined the program and spoke to a worker who was helping with rescue and recovery efforts at Plaza Towers Elementary school, one of the many buildings that suffered destruction and fatalities from the storm.
"There's nothing that your mind can really prepare you for," said the worker. "It's heartbreaking to know that we've still got kids over there that's possibly alive, but we don't know."
"[We're] pressing forward," said the worker about himself and the other volunteers and first responders who planned to continue to work through the night. "Hopefully, you know, we'll hear just some glimpse and we can help some child."