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Amidst a violent series of tornadoes which ultimately cost a trio of researchers their lives, on Friday evening Piers Morgan spoke live with Corey Miller, an Oklahoma resident taking cover:
"I can hear the sirens outside of our shelter here. One of our best friends in an underground shelter locked up tight and our four-month-old baby is sleeping through it," he told the "Piers Morgan Live" host by phone.
Asked by Morgan to confirm reports of more than one twister, Miller offered what insight he had:
"I think so. We've been trying to track it and also listen to the weather. A couple tornadoes, they might be just south of us, I guess toward Tinker Air Force Base or Moore. But that's as far as I know," he explained in his live interview. "We were looking at it earlier until it just got green, the sky was green, and we thought 'time to shut the door' and we've been here safe and sound."