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Tornado Victims Reunited With Lost Photos In Moore

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Volunteers have spent the past five months cleaning photos and posting them online. Volunteers have spent the past five months cleaning photos and posting them online.
The group says they have recovered nearly 50,000 photos from the May tornadoes. The group says they have recovered nearly 50,000 photos from the May tornadoes.
MOORE, Oklahoma -

Tornado victims got some of their precious pictures back in Moore on Saturday. Oklahoma Photo Rescue hosted their first "reunification event."

Volunteers have spent the past five months cleaning photos and posting them online. The group says they have recovered nearly 50,000 photos from the May tornadoes.

11/6/2013 Related Story: First Photo Reunification Event From May Storms To Be Held On Saturday

"After this event, what will happen is we'll go right back into the process of cleaning. This is only about a third of the photos that we have recovered that are available now," said Angela Madory with the Oklahoma Photo Rescue.

10/1/2013 Related Story : Volunteers Working Hard To Restore Photos Found After OK Tornadoes

The project is still in need of volunteers that can clean the pictures. If you want to volunteer call Candid Color at 1-800-336-4550 ext.134, or 947-8747 ext. 134. You can also contact Kristy at 405-255-4465 or Angela 405-351-0753.

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