Moore resident Melody Hughes was at work Monday night, when her home was flattened by the tornado that blasted through Oklahoma. She's a nurse for a neurosurgeon. She has no home to go back to, but one of the bright spots through all the devastation: she was reunited with Toby, who wagged his tail happily as she petted him.
She was also working May 3rd, when the last tornado hit Moore in 1999. At that time she helped the Red Cross in her neighborhood and says the outpouring of support and people willing to help has already been overwhelming.
"There's other people that need better help than I do right now with the kids that were lost, the kids that were saved, there's just a need for nurses," Hughes said.
Watch the full interview with Melody Hughes below: