Anderson Cooper meets trainer Tim Hetzner who teaches dogs to comfort and heal victims through their unconditional love. He's part of the Lutheran Church Charities organization that travels to where they're most needed after disasters and crisis situations. "It's rewarding to help people .. and to watch what God can do through them," says Hetzner about the Golden Retrievers.
A grieving mother experienced every parent's worst nightmare when she saw her daughter, Shannon Quick, die in the Oklahoma tornado. Joy Waldroop tells Anderson Cooper about the horrific ordeal and what she'll miss most about Shannon, a loving mom to two sons.
To donate to Shannon Quick's family, go to www.gofundme.com/30mh60
CNN's Christiane Amanpour and Nic Robertson give their insight on the brutal murder of a man in broad daylight. The victim was hit with a car and then hacked to death, according to witnesses. The attackers left his body in the middle of a London road. British authorities are calling it an act of terrorism.
The suspects were shot by police and taken into custody. Before officers were on the scene, a man with a meat cleaver in his bloody hands made this statement on video: FULL POST
The last time Jerrie Bhonde saw her husband, Hemant, was right before powerful winds carried him away when the tornado ripped through Oklahoma on Monday. "I felt like I was in a blender," she says about the violent storm. "I held onto my husband as long I could and then he just flew into space." Bhode believes he's being taken care of in Heaven now. She shares her story with Anderson Cooper.
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