CNN has the latest developments on the deadly tornado that struck an area outside Oklahoma City yesterday. Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen explains the minor and major injuries people may be facing in the wake of the devastation. "About half of the injuries are going to be from flying debris," she says, "especially wood." Then "much of the rest would be people who were actually hit by the tornado, where the tornado actually lifted them up, dropped them down."
64-year-old Larry Bishop, an experienced hiker from California, became stranded on the side of a cliff 600 feet above the ground last week after he became separated from his friends.
After two days of searching, the Fresno Sheriff's Office located Bishop and their rescue team risked their lives to bring the hiker to safety.
Bishop tells his story to Zoraida Sambolin on Early Start this morning.