Okla. natives reeling after tornado in home state

Oklahoma natives living in Connecticut are reeling after the deadly tornado in their home state.Gillian-Michael Pagano, a Fairfield University professor born and raised in Oklahoma,

Gillian-Michael Pagano, a Fairfield University professor born and raised in Oklahoma, says his heart is with everyone affected by the tornado.

Gillian-Michael Pagano, a Fairfield University professor born and raised in Oklahoma, says his heart is with everyone affected by the tornado. (5/22/13)

NORWALK - Oklahoma natives living in Connecticut are reeling after the deadly tornado in their home state.

Gillian-Michael Pagano, a Fairfield University professor born and raised in Oklahoma, says his heart is with everyone affected by the tornado. Pagano couldn't believe the death toll when he learned of it.

Pagano is encouraging people to help any way they can.
 

advertisement | advertise on News 12

Trending Video

1 Healthy Heart: Heart attack symptoms in women
2 12 on Health: Foods that help fight diseases
Officials say they're preparing to re-synchronize the city's 3 Stamford city leaders look to ease congestion
4 Scholar Athlete: David Bates
Suffolk Police continue to search for the person(s) 5 Police: Reward offered for missing war memorial medallion

advertisement | advertise on News 12

More News

AmeriCares workers from Connecticut arrived in Oklahoma today AmeriCares workers arrive in Oklahoma

Relief workers from southwestern Connecticut arrived in Oklahoma today. Meanwhile, AmeriCares workers at the Stamford

Westport-based members of Save the Children are currently Save the Children helps young tornado victims

Westport-based members of Save the Children are currently working with tornado victims in Oklahoma to

Sorry to interrupt...

Your first 5 are free

Access to News12 is free for Optimum, Comcast®, Time Warner® and Service Electric℠ video customers.

Please enjoy 5 complimentary views to articles, photos, and videos during the next 30 days.

LOGIN SUBSCRIBE