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(KFOR) Two years ago on a Friday night tornado sirens sent Debbie Hite of Edmond, Oklahoma running for her storm shelter.
Hite said, "There was a really loud clap of thunder that I thought was something else, so I shut the door."
Little did this Edmond woman know, she would be trapped for more than 56 hours in her storm shelter.
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