Tomblin offers help to Oklahoma tornado recovery
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is offering West Virginia's emergency response resources to Oklahoma officials following this week's deadly tornado.
Tomblin said Wednesday he spoke with Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin, telling her that West Virginia is "prepared to help out in any way we can.''
Tomblin says the state also has reached out to Oklahoma's National Guard and Department of Emergency Management.
At least 24 people died in the tornado that tore through Moore, Okla., on Monday. Up to 13,000 homes were destroyed or damaged.