03/25/07 CLOVIS - Numerous injuries, but no deaths. After a tornado hit Clovis Friday, it was a long weekend for many people. We went there to find out what people had to say two days after the disaster hit. Sandra Dominguez, whose home is destroyed, recalls the tornado: "Standing by the door I didnt know if I should open it or not, if there was gonna be another one if it would come back. I just stood there for a few minutes and opened the door. I had a flash light. I flashed my neighbor across the street and asked her if she was okay, then she asked us if we were ok. I told her yes." Dominguez is one of many tornado victims staying with her family for now. One woman, Maria Guerrero, is upset that some people arent helping with the clean-up efforts. "We became a freak show, we understand curiosity we all have it. But now you are not just being curious you are hurting our feelings. If you see that we have trash in our yard, if we have been hit, help us. Dont take pictures, dont take video, help us" she said. Volunteers who have helped include people from Cannon Air Force Base, among many other people in the Clovis area. People who have lived in Clovis for a long time are still in awe of the tornado. Miranda Wampler said, "I just didnt think it would happen, I couldnt believe it did happen. I was amazed."