Tarik Minor joins us now... Tarik has more interviews with survivors from other Oklahoma communities hit by the storm. 3 It's just heartwrenching to see the damage caused by the tornado in the 45 minutes that it was on the ground. The twister grinding through entire neighborhoods and pulverizing two elementary schools. 3 00NA - 103TU02:00"get in the car."First sirens, wind, rain, hail, and then sound of a freight train.03:05"yeah, we need to go, we need to go."NA - 103TU- 03:05"This is the damage right now, houses are completely leveled, leveled, it's unrecognizable, this doesn't even look like a development, no come on guys."These storm chasers among the first to capture the devastation in Oklahoma on camera.We're learning some survivors stayed in their cars rather than risk the chance of running to find shelter. ."I couldn't get out, the wind was too strong and it seemed better just to stay where I was rather than brave the wind and possibly chance getting blown away."The images coming in are heartbreaking, almost hard to believe, the the streets recognizable by rescue crews, because everything has been leveled.RE - 46TU "I could hear it from a distance, it sounded like a freight train, but what got me is what it started hitting the house and shaking things in the house."The tornado carved a path 22 miles long, a vicious twister that tore everything from it's foundation, described as utter destruction . 3 A Total of 48 A Total of 48 people were found alive today according to the Oklahoma city fire chief pulled from that rubble. And the search will continue through the night.