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SportGiants’ Cody Latimer returns to Ohio to help tornado victims

17:05  30 may  2019
17:05  30 may  2019 Source:   touchdownwire.usatoday.com

Multiple people injured after a possible tornado touched down in Oklahoma

Multiple people injured after a possible tornado touched down in Oklahoma Officials are going door to door to assess damage after a possible tornado ripped through El Reno late Saturday night.

Cody Latimer left the Giants after Tuesday's practice to help provide food and shelter in his tornado -ravaged home area of Dayton, Ohio . Latimer reportedly donated food and supplies, and helped provide shelter for victims of the storms that caused severe damage to homes and businesses.

Cody Latimer ’s career in Denver never amounted to much. The second-round pick — the Broncos even traded up to get him — finished his four seasons there with just 35 receptions for 445 yards. He scored three touchdowns, two of them last season

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New York Giants wide receiver Cody Latimer received permission from the team to leave practice so he could be of assistance in his hometown of Dayton, Ohio, which was hit by 13 tornadoes this week.

Latimer attended Jefferson High School in Ohio. He is in his second season with Big Blue after spending four with the Denver Broncos.

The Dayton Daily News reported Latimer flew into town Tuesday night, and was feeding some storm victims on Wednesday, thanks to a partnership with a local pizza place.

Latimer's priority is to help single mothers affected by the tornadoes, the paper reports. Latimer and his brother were raised by a single mother after his father died in 2005 of cancer.

Oklahoma governor surveys damage from tornado that killed 2

Oklahoma governor surveys damage from tornado that killed 2 Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt has toured the area where two people were killed by a tornado over the weekend. He says it's "unbelievable that anybody could survive." 

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New York Giants wide receiver Cody Latimer channels wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. on this epic one-handed touchdown catch. New York Giants defensive end Kerry Wynn knocks the ball from Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Amari Cooper and the Giants recover.

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Remains positively identified as woman who disappeared before tornado.
A body found Tuesday has been positively identified as a woman with dementia who went missing hours before a devastating tornado, the Montgomery County Coroner said Wednesday. A body was recovered late Tuesday near the Stillwater River at the end of Shiloh Drive in Harrison Township. According to the coroner, that body has been positively identified as 71-year-old Cathernine Clayburn, who was reported missing May 27 -- just hours before a devastating tornado touched down in the area. Her cause of death has not yet been determined. On Tuesday, officials said they found a body just a few blocks from where Clayburn lived.

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