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May 23rd, 2013
05:25 PM ET

CNN en Español Exclusive: Interview with Teacher Who Saved Students’ Lives during the Oklahoma Tornado

CNN en Español will broadcast an exclusive interview with Michelle Gonzalez, a teacher who risked her own life to save the lives of three of her students during the tornado that occurred in Moore, Oklahoma this past week. The interview will be broadcast tonight on Conclusiones at 10 p.m. (ET), hosted by Fernando del Rincon.

Michelle Gonzalez, who taught at Plaza Towers Elementary, will talk about how she saved the lives of her three students and will describe the moments she spent underneath the debris while the children lay underneath her. FULL POST

CNN coverage: deadly Oklahoma tornado
May 20th, 2013
11:30 PM ET

CNN coverage: deadly Oklahoma tornado

Rescue workers raced against time and the oncoming night Monday looking for survivors after a powerful tornado blasted an area outside of Oklahoma City, leveling homes and killing at least 51 people.

CNN's coverage includes correspondents George Howell, Nick Valencia and Gary Tuchman already in the Oklahoma City area, with Chad Myers and Indra Petersons contributing from CNN's Severe Weather Center in Atlanta.  Chris Cuomo, John Berman, Jake Tapper, Wolf Blitzer, Anderson Cooper, Sanjay Gupta, Pam Brown, Stephanie Elam, Erin McPike, Brian Todd,  Ed Lavandera, Kyung Lah and John King will report and broadcast from the Oklahoma City area.  Gustavo Valdes and Fernando del Rincon report from Oklahoma for CNN en Espanol.

CNN.com will be updating the breaking news blog www.cnn.com/thisjustin.

Two-mile-wide tornado kills at least 51 -- including 7 elementary school students
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