Oklahoma’s ‘Worst Tornado In History’ Kills, Injures Dozens

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(Photo Credit: Brett Deering/Getty Images)

(Photo Credit: Brett Deering/Getty Images)

Monday afternoon, at 2:56 P.M. CST, a tornado touched down in Moore, Oklahoma, which is located just south of Oklahoma City.  This was not a normal tornado.

This tornado was two miles wide, and its winds were up to 200 miles-per-hour.  It destroyed every building in its path, including an elementary school with children inside.

As stories of destruction and survival surface in the wake of the tornado’s aftermath, more severe weather is expected for Oklahoma for Tuesday.

Click here to view updated information from CBS Radio Houston and click here to learn how you can help in our endeavor “Houston Helps: Money For Moore”.

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