Hundreds of miles away from the destruction, Oklahomans continue to react. News on Six's Heather Brooker was out talking with Tulsa residents Wednesday morning about their feelings.
Tulsa resident, Tom Shafer, "I was shocked, very shocked. I feel terrible for the people who were involved, but I also feel anger. It's just a time that we all have to come together and realize what the possibilities are in our country." Besides concerns for those injured in New York and Washington is top of mind. But, people are also worried about the threat of raising gas prices. Gas prices around town range anywhere from a $1.55 to a $1.69.
Governor Keating as well as Attorney General Drew Edmondson are warning stations not to take advantage of Oklahomans during this tragedy by raising prices. If there is word of price gouging anywhere you are asked to call the Attorney General's office, and he will investigate.