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Roughly 24 hours since first sharing her courageous and emotional story on "Piers Morgan Live," this evening Suzanne Haley returns with a heartwarming update.
During Monday's Oklahoma tornado which took the lives of two dozen people and left a trail of debris in its wake, the Special Education aide from Briarwood Elementary School was protecting a room full of students – including her own two daughters – when a piece of a desk impaled her leg. A single mom, Haley was initially concerned that insurance wouldn't cover her medical bills, as she was taken to a hospital not on her plan. However, after sharing her story live with Piers Morgan, Haley was contacted by the company who promised to cover the costs. Tonight the heroic teacher returns to the program live, sharing specific details of the conversation she had, and the relief she felt, when her insurance announced they'd be taking care of her.
Additionally, as the photo of them fleeing from Monday's twister has quickly become one of the storms most iconic images, tonight the Cobb family joins Morgan for a conversation likely to reveal the emotional impact that such a moment can have on parents and their children. Tuesday evening's program saw the host welcome photographer Paul Hellstern, the man who took the Cobb's picture, for his insight into an event he described as a "very emotional time." On Wednesday, LaDonna, Steve, Cydney, Erin, and Jordan Cobb take their turn on "Piers Morgan Live, detailing the events from their perspective.
Also, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin will speak live with Morgan, bringing viewers up to speed on conditions on the ground.
Join "Piers Morgan Live" at 9 for a live hour dedicated to providing the very latest on the death and destruction of Monday's storm, as well as various stories of survival, and heartwarming resolve.
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