Okla. nurse helps keep baby safe as tornado strikes

05/21/2013 | MSNBC

Cheryl Stoepker, a nurse at Moore Medical Center near Oklahoma City, helped cover an hour-old baby as a massive tornado ripped the hospital apart. "So we at that point got down on the floor, patient and myself, took her baby, put him in laps, and we hugged, and we started praying," Stoepker said. Along with a colleague and another mother-infant pair, they made their way out of the wreckage after the storm passed.

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