Video: Dog Buried in Tornado Debris Found During Owner’s TV Interview

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Here’s the heartwarming video of the little dog that was found under tornado debris in Moore, OK as his owner was being interviewed by a television news crew.

“Bless your little bitty heart!” cooed Barbara Garcia to her beloved dog, her voice filled with emotion, after a CBS TV news crew member spotted the little pet trapped in debris – exclaiming “the dog, the dog, the dog!” – during an on-camera interview amid the destruction brought by this week’s devastating Oklahoma tornadoes.

“I thought God just answered one prayer, ‘Let me be OK,’ ” Ms. Garcia said upon being reunited with her dog. “He answered both of them.”

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0 thoughts on “Video: Dog Buried in Tornado Debris Found During Owner’s TV Interview”

  1. Yeah, Yeah, Thank God bla, bla what a bs.
    Hey if god makes everythink, who do think made the tornado?
    And stop thanking god, hwen someone survives an accident, cause if god would love us, he would prevent it. So suck up god, cause there is no one.

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    • Man,when will people understand that god gives us free will?you do what you WANT,and you go where you deeds speak for you,if God would prevent every single accident and tornado what would happen to Earth?does EVERY persone deserve to be spared in an accident?you sow what you reap.

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  2. Yeah, sky spook…let ME be okay. I’m what really matters. Protect ME.

    I’m with you, Jack. People only attribute good things to their heavenly spaghetti monster. He’s too impotent of a “god” to prevent anything bad.

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    • I wonder what Sondra and Jack would say if they saw a tornado coming at their house..I bet it would be..OH my GOD!

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  3. Spoken like two true cynics who know nothing about God. Way to make non-believers look like hateful idiots. Next time try to at least have some knowledge of what you are criticizing. Even better just keep your mouth shut, let people believe what they want and focus on the actual topic at hand….an uplifting story about a dog 🙂

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  4. And she had to ask the reporter to help her move debris to get the dog out! CBS Reporter, Anna Werner should be ashamed of herself.

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    • I have to agree, the cameraman and report just stand there while the lady tries to dig the pup out on her own. The dog is obviously stuck or it’d already been out.

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  5. Johnson–

    She couldn’t even lift her own dog, nor the debris, how do you think she’s going to go all search and rescue? Come on dude!

    And like the above posters, God is great, no need to dignify the others with a response.

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    • She said she knew the dog was in there… and she did NOTHING. She must not have even looked because the dog was right near the surface.

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  6. first of all that woman is old …she lost her house… her arms are bruised and banged up and that dog was all to her. if she could have dug in the fkn rubble she would have. that old woman has difficulty in moving and the dog was probably traumatized and didnt bark.
    i am happy for her that she has her companion and sad that she has nothing else

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