Okla. natives reeling after tornado in home state

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.
 

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