NJ flags at half-staff to honor OK tornado victims

Flags throughout New Jersey were flown at half-staff Wednesday in honor of the victims of the deadly Oklahoma tornado. Gov. Chris Christie says he took

Gov. Christie says he took the action to show unity with the people of Moore, Oklahoma.

Gov. Christie says he took the action to show unity with the people of Moore, Oklahoma. (5/22/13)

EDISON - Flags throughout New Jersey were flown at half-staff Wednesday in honor of the victims of the deadly Oklahoma tornado.

Gov. Chris Christie says he took the action to show unity with the people of Moore, Okla., noting that New Jersey residents have experienced firsthand the impact of natural disasters.

Meanwhile, Moore's fire chief says the search for survivors and those who lost their lives is almost over. He says he's 98 percent sure there are no more survivors or bodies to recover.

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Safe and Well Crews dig through night after deadly Okla. TwisterThe center of the devastation is in Moore, a suburb of Oklahoma City.

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