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Evolution of coverage | Madill, Oklahoma tornado

On Wednesday, Content Creators was placed on standby for field reporting because of the potential of tornadoes in the Southern Plains. It became very apparent Tuesday afternoon, a tornado outbreak was unfolding.

MADILL, Okla. — The National Weather Service office in Norman surveyed the April 22, 2020 tornado damage in Madill.

Meteorologists determined an EF-2 rated (winds 111–135 mph) tornado touched down, caused damage to several buildings and claimed the lives of two residents.

National Weather Service Office in Norman, Oklahoma’s Official Twitter Account

On Wednesday, Content Creators was placed on standby for field reporting because of the potential of tornadoes in the Southern Plains.

It became very apparent Tuesday afternoon, a tornado outbreak was unfolding.

Tornado warnings Tuesday, April 22, 2020 along Oklahoma's I-35 corridor. (Screenshot/Radar Scope Pro for iOS.)
Tornado warnings Tuesday, April 22, 2020 along Oklahoma’s I-35 corridor. (Screenshot/Radar Scope Pro for iOS.)

After the tornado warned storm started to roll through Madill, social media started to fill with video and reports of extensive damage.

Emergency management told local news outlets at least two people were killed as a result of the tornado.

News update from The Medill Record (Screenshot/Facebook)

Content Creators worked with WeatherNationTV to provide field coverage of the devastating damage in Madill.

Once on the ground in Madill, Content Creators started feeding back video and social media content to update WeatherNationTV’s viewers.

Content Creators provided hourly updates on the damage and recovery efforts on April 24 just before dawn.

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