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Heroic Oklahoma teachers

Posted On: May. 21, 2013 12:00 AM CST

Heroic Oklahoma teachers

Once again, teachers showed their bravery and commitment, helping save student lives and comforting them in the aftermath of the tornado that ripped through Moore, Oklahoma's schools.

A day following the deadly tornado strike, Jack Dryden said the Oklahoma School Assurance Group had not received any workers compensation claims.

The pool covers Moore Public Schools for workers compensation claims and Mr. Dryden is the pool's administrative director.

One early, emerging story tells of a teacher, Rhonda Crosswhite, who covered several students with her body.

In the photo above you can see teachers, at least one injured, helping students immediately after the tornado passed.