BOSTON (CBS) – The news out of Oklahoma is terrible, and our hearts go out to anyone with loved ones or roots in the disaster zone.
As we know full well here in Boston, over the coming days people will rally behind the survivors and the families of those who didn’t survive. We’ll give financial and moral support and help those who need it until they’re back on their feet.
And maybe after the damage is fully understood, we’ll all spend some time thinking a bit harder about risk, and how we might want to do more to protect against it.
Listen to Jon’s commentary:
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I was stunned to read Monday night that Moore, Oklahoma, is one of the most tornado-prone places on earth, with five major hits on the city in the past 15 years alone, including…