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Teacher who lost 7 students explains what she did to save lives

Good morning! It's Wednesday, May 22. This is Christine Nelson sending this email from the newsroom. Here is a first look at some of the top stories we're talking about on WBTV News This Morning. We're live on the air and streaming on the web now until 7 a.m.

Oklahoma tornado an EF-5

As Meteorologist Al Conklin said on the air yesterday, the tornado that touched down in Oklahoma on Monday was in fact an EF-5. This morning the fire chief in Moore says it's not likely that more bodies will be found. We will give you the latest on what's in store for the town today as they work to get back on their feet. We also have sound from a teacher there who tells us what she did to save the lives of her students as the tornado was ripping apart their town.

Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx will answer questions before a U.S. Senate subcommittee. It's the start of this confirmation process to become the U.S. Secretary of Transportation. What people are already saying about whether he will be confirmed.

Plus, on a budget but need to spruce up your wardrobe? WBTV's Astrid Martinez is on your side with some fashion sense that you can implement today!

We'll see you on the air!

Christine

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