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April 4th, 2012
11:26 AM ET

A miracle in Texas: Survivors and Dallas Mayor on tornadoes that tore through the state, what's next for cleanup

It was a storm that most never believed could happen. Quite suddenly, more than a dozen tornadoes may have hit the Dallas area Tuesday, damaging hundreds of homes.

The miraculous part: No deaths have been reported.

This morning on "Starting Point," Soledad talks with Dallas Mayor Michael Rawlings, who explained his amazement that no one died as a result of the tornadoes. "We're looking at a miracle," he says.

Also, Soledad talks with eyewitness Jonathan Cook, who described being surrounded by three tornadoes at once. By the end of the show, Parrish Velasco described the danger he faced in capturing intense video of one tornado that passed through Texas.

Photog captures incredible tornado pics

Eyewitness surrounded by 3 tornadoes

Dallas Mayor: We're looking at a miracle


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