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Topic - Troy Gamble
Tragedy, devastation, suffering and loss may be the prevailing moods in Oklahoma, where recent tornadoes have torn apart a whole community of 41,000 and left dozens dead and more than 100 injured. But among the debris now hangs an American flag.
"To come home to that, you pick up what you can pick up," Mr. Gamble said. "You thank God that he has another plan for you because I normally wouldn't been at the house at that time, and if I had been, I wouldn't have been here right now."
And that's where he hung his flag, a symbol of hope in "chaos and mayhem," he said in the Fox News interview.