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OKLAHOMA REMEMBERS: Student Recalls Being Saved By Stranger After May 2013 Storm

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The parents said their fourth grader received one of the most severe injuries at her school and was rushed to Norman Regional by a stranger who found the little girl with a hole in her leg. The parents said their fourth grader received one of the most severe injuries at her school and was rushed to Norman Regional by a stranger who found the little girl with a hole in her leg.
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A 9-year-old girl was separated from her parents after the storm blew thru Briarwood Elementary. News 9 asked viewers to help Kaylee Hawkins find her parents, and thankfully she was eventually reunited with her family.

The parents of Kaylee Hawkins tried for five hours to find their daughter who was injured at Briarwood Elementary.

The parents said their fourth grader received one of the most severe injuries at her school and was rushed to Norman Regional by a stranger who found the little girl with a hole in her leg.

Kaylee went through surgery and had two staples in her head, but she is alive and for that her parents are grateful.

Kaylee smiled talking about her dog Bella, and the possibility President Obama may know her name.

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