TULSA - Three days after a deadly tornado hit the city of Moore killing 24 people, Oklahomans continue to show support.
Horton Records organized a tornado relief benefit concert Thursday night at Fassler Hall.
"As an Oklahoman, it's really important to help each other out when we know someone is in need ... It's close to heart because those people weren't expecting their lives to change like it did," said Amber Pittsley, one of dozens in attendance.
Organizers say they hope to raise more than $10,000 from the charity concert.
All proceeds will go towards helping Oklahoma's relief effort.
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