Weather Alert Day

Emergency Workers Assess Damage

By: Laura Berry Email
By: Laura Berry Email

When severe weather rocked the state Saturday night, emergency workers responded in full force.

Most people run from disaster, but it's a rescue worker's job to be on the scene.

Reported tornadoes on Saturday led emergency workers from Otoe County and Johnson County to join forces in Cook while dealing with the devastation caused by the twister.

While volunteer firefighters from the city of cook worked to remove debris...Many in Nebraska city are salvaging what they can. The National Weather Service has confirmed that the system that moved through Cook was officially a tornado. Many other reports of tornadic activity by spotters are still being confirmed.

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