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Massive Tornado Causes Large Swath Of Destruction In Suburban Moore, Oklahoma

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MOORE, OK - MAY 20: In this handout provided by the U.S. Department of Defense, a rescue worker and his search dog sit during the search for survivors in the remains of the Plaza Towers Elementary School after it was hit by a tornado on May 20, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. The town reported a tornado to be at least EF4 strength and two miles wide that touched down Monday killing at least 24 people and leveling everything in its path. U.S. President Barack Obama promised federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts. (Photo by Maj. Geoff Legler, Oklahoma National Guard Public Affairs/U.S. Department of Defense via Getty Images)
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MOORE, OK - MAY 20: In this handout provided by the U.S. Department of Defense, a rescue worker and his search dog sit during the search for survivors in the remains of the Plaza Towers Elementary School after it was hit by a tornado on May 20, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. The town reported a tornado to be at least EF4 strength and two miles wide that touched down Monday killing at least 24 people and leveling everything in its path. U.S. President Barack Obama promised federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts. (Photo by Maj. Geoff Legler, Oklahoma National Guard Public Affairs/U.S. Department of Defense via Getty Images)
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In this handout provided by the US Department of Defense a rescue... Foto di attualità 169186772Bestof,Cane,Cercare,Composizione verticale,Disastro naturale,Evento catastrofico,Forze armate,Meteo estremo,Ministero Americano della Difesa,Moore - Oklahoma,Occupazione,Oklahoma,Politica,Resti,Salvataggio,Scienza e Tecnologia,Sedersi,Soccorritore,Sopravvivenza,Stati Uniti d'America,Tecnologia,Tematiche,Topix,Tornado,Tornado Moore 2013Photographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 U.S. Department of DefenseMOORE, OK - MAY 20: In this handout provided by the U.S. Department of Defense, a rescue worker and his search dog sit during the search for survivors in the remains of the Plaza Towers Elementary School after it was hit by a tornado on May 20, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. The town reported a tornado to be at least EF4 strength and two miles wide that touched down Monday killing at least 24 people and leveling everything in its path. U.S. President Barack Obama promised federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts. (Photo by Maj. Geoff Legler, Oklahoma National Guard Public Affairs/U.S. Department of Defense via Getty Images)