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    Tornado susrivor's dog is rescued during a live CBS interview

    I burst into tears watching this...so happy for the woman and her little schnauzer, that they are safe and together!

    http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=50147264n

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    I love when good things happen even after a tragedy. Bless them both!
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    I saw the clip of their reunion, isn't that amazing! How lucky they both are to find each other alive.
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    WOW!!! So many people weren't so blessed! But what an awesome story!
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    I've seen parts of this video several times but never saw the entire video until now. It makes me cry. I know that distraught woman was so glad to find her dog alive. Maybe the dog heard her talking to the reporter and came out. I cant imagine how scarey a tornado would be for a human and/or a dog. Thanks for posting the link.

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    I saw the entire video and bawled happy tears. Then right after that it was shown on the news and I cried again.

    My paternal grandmother was from Oklahoma and this woman really reminded me of her, the accent and everything.
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    What a awesome video. I am so happy that they found each other again.
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