CNN, others share images from Oklahoma via social media
Debris covers the ground after a powerful tornado ripped through neighborhoods Monday in Moore, Oklahoma.
- CNN staff on the ground in Moore, Oklahoma, are posting social media updates
- Photos show devastation, signs of hope
- Red Cross, Gov. Mary Fallin among officials also posting social updates
(CNN) -- As Moore, Oklahoma, struggles to regain its footing under the public spotlight, journalists from CNN are among those sharing online images of the devastation of a deadly tornado, as well as the rescue and recovery efforts there.
But they're not alone. From rescue workers like the Red Cross to the Oklahoma County Sheriff's office to the governor of the state, regular citizens are taking to social media to share, as well, helping paint the picture of a tragedy that has captivated and saddened a nation.
How to help
Here is our roundup of social media images and messages coming out of Moore -- both from our own staff and others. Let us know of any other social media accounts providing good information in the comments.
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