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Christian singer Sandi Patty says it's been "a really powerful thing" to see the resiliency of Oklahoma residents affected by Monday's deadly tornado.
Christian music singer Sandi Patty will perform the national anthem at Sunday's Indianapolis 500 for a record sixth time.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Christian singer Sandi Patty says it's been "a really powerful thing" to see the resiliency of Oklahoma residents affected by Monday's deadly tornado.
Patty says it's a "thrill" to return to Indiana and participate in the event that "showcases Indianapolis as one of the best cities in the world."