USA (updated 12.10BST): Twister hits Oklahoma plant on day GM announces $US100,000 tornado victim aid
A tornado that swept through the Moore area of Oklahoma City on Thursday injured at least 105 people and damaged cars at a General Motors plant, according to the New York Times (NYT) and Reuters. GM spokesman Dan Flores told the paper that employees at the plant had ample time to take shelter after the tornado touched down around 5pm local time. No plant employees were hurt, but two truck drivers were injured. Reuters subsequently reported that cars in the plant parking lot were tossed like toys and video footage from local broadcasters showed car-carrying trucks on fire.
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