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On Tuesday evening as the residents of Moore, Okla. continue to recover from the damage of Monday's E-F5 tornado, "Piers Morgan Live" spoke to tornado survivors David Wheeler, his son Gabriel Wheeler and Gabriel's teacher, Julie Simon.
Simon, who along with Gabriel and his classmates, was caught inside Briarwood Elementary School during the twister. She recounted the event saying, "It was like the three little pigs. The big bad wolf coming to huff and puff on your house, I swear. There was this monster coming, and we could hear it approaching."
"We're just so lucky to be alive," said Simon. "We just didn't think we would be looking up and seeing the sky. I think the insulation and the sheetrock that fell on us and broke all to pieces, I think that that protected us from the heavier things that fell on us."
"I want to say she's a really nice teacher, and she was the best teacher I ever had," said a very grateful Gabriel. "She's really, really nice."
Also on Tuesday's program, photographer Paul Hellstern joined Piers Morgan and shared some of the stories behind the photographs he took of the tornado and Moore residents during and in the aftermath of the twister.
"I just got through photographing the tornado itself and then turned up north and was trying to intercept the damage, cutting through an estuary when I came across the school," said Hellstern.
"Just at the moment, the teachers were trying to bring all the kids out of the school, those that could get out, anyway. And, a lot of the crying, a lot of emotions, children crying for their parents, of course, their moms. Very emotional time."