, including seven students at plaza towers elementary school, and cnn's pamela brown has the story of one of the men who rushed into the school. take a look. >> moore resident adam baker, giving the hand to a close friend flattened by monday's catastrophic tornado. helping him cope after he found himself helpless in the face of tragedy at plaza to ymraplaza t elementary. >> utter devastation. don't known there is a way to describe it. >> reporter: he was one of many who rushed to plaza towers to find loved ones, and searched for his nephew and other survivors. you went there in hopes of rescuing people. >> yeah. and i didn't really get to i guess. i -- i tried, though. that's all i can do. >> reporter: instead, he encountered unspeakable horror. four children buried under massive debris of the collapsed school, suffocated by its sheer weight. >> they probably would have made it if they weren't pinned. >> reporter: how were they pinned? >> pinned by different debris. desks, 2 x 4s, pieces of metal. >> reporter: the students were not found in a basement as officials officially believed.
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