Fox is simulcasting coverage of a huge patch of tornados in Oklahoma, from KWTV in OKC. The tornados are east of Enid, fortunately running mainly through farm land. Mighty impressive storm, impressive video.
One thing Fox is missing: the anchor of KWTV's broadcast is Gary England, a genuine American hero. Mr England has been working at KWTV since the '70s, and has saved uncountable lives. How? Not just by broadcasting. Gary England, working with the Severe Storms Center in Norman, has traveled around the state for decades, educating the public and officials about the best ways to save lives. He has organized the TV and radio stations in that part of the country to give early and meaningful warnings.
If there's a Heaven, and if it's built the way it should be, a special throne is ready and waiting for Gary England - may he live long and flourish!!! - in the same section with other mass lifesavers like Albert Schweitzer, Jonas Salk and Pius XII.