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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Terri Black
As the East Coast braced for the possibility of severe storms Sunday, the all-too-familiar task of cleaning up went on in Oklahoma after the weekend's violent weather claimed 10 lives there.
"My car was actually lifted off the road and then set back down," Ms. Black said.
Terri Black, a 51-year-old teacher's assistant in Moore, said she decided to try to outrun the tornado when she learned her southwest Oklahoma City home was in harm's way.