"Tornado survivors: 'It was like hell, total chaos'" by Adam Nossiter, New York Times
The twister that raged through Enterprise, Ala. killed eight Enterprise High School students. According to authorities, the school was warned about the twister three hours before it hit, but were worried that the outcome would have been much worse if students were out on the road. Back inside the school when the tornado hit, concrete fell on the students from the collapsed interior.
The challenge in this story is being sensitive about the victims. It was mentioned in the story that no one expects to drop their child off at school and return to pick them up out of rubble. Especially since the victims were minors, 16 and 17-years-old, most journalist find it morally right to withhold their names.
Jay Reeves reported about the same incident in the Pioneer Press. Reeves' angle on the incident was whether or not officials should have gotten the students out of the school earlier because of the warnings three hours before the tornado hit. He also noted that 50 other people in Enterprise were injured and 20 died in Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri where tornados hit.