Westport-based Save the Children helps Okla. children affected by tornado

Westport-based members of Save the Children are currently working with tornado victims in Oklahoma to make sure the needs of children there don't get lost

Westport-based members of Save the Children are currently working with tornado victims in Oklahoma to make sure the needs of children there don't get lost in the shuffle.

Westport-based members of Save the Children are currently working with tornado victims in Oklahoma to make sure the needs of children there don't get lost in the shuffle. (5/22/13)

WESTPORT - Westport-based members of Save the Children are currently working with tornado victims in Oklahoma to make sure the needs of children there don't get lost in the shuffle.

The group says it has 11 people on the scene in Oklahoma, and that number will soon double.

Save the Children is currently setting up child-friendly areas so children affected by the tornado will have a place to play and get emotional support.
 

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