Okla. School Survivor: Teacher 'Saved Our Lives''It sounded like a train going by'
A fourth-grader at Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., which took a direct hit from Monday's tornado, describes the moment when the tornado struck the school and the aftermath. "It sounded like a train going by," recalled the boy, Damian Kline. After hearing warning sirens, students sought shelter in the school's hallways and bathroom. Damian described how his teacher, Rhonda Crosswhite, protected him and other students.
"She was covering me and my friend Zachary," Damian said. "I told her we were fine because we were holding on to something, and then she went over to my friend Antonio and covered him, so she saved our lives."
PHOTOS ON SKYE: Massive Tornado Devastation in Moore, Oklahoma