"This one is just getting stronger, and stronger, and stronger," one of the storm chasers observed around minute 6:30 as
Erin Hatfield, a spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality, told The Huffington Post that the department
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Pet Food Pantry of Oklahoma City: This nonprofit is accepting food donations and offering dog food, cat food, leashes, collars
But it doesn't always play out this way. Some communities have not rebuilt or have taken a much slower, more thoughtful route
On Monday afternoon, citizens of Moore, Okla., were given a mere 16-minute warning time before the tornado struck their town. That small amount of time might be how long it takes to hard-boil an egg, or take a long shower.
The tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on May 20 left many dead and injured, a school destroyed and a community to pick up the pieces. While rescue workers are still in the process of assessing the damage, President Obama already declared Monday's tornado to be one of the most destructive in U.S. history.
(SCROLL DOWN FOR LIVE UPDATES) Below are images showing what the Moore area looked like before the twister hit, and the tragic
Gabe Pitman, a doctor in south Oklahoma City, was on the scene in Moore as well, assisting with triage setup outside the
"We've set records for the most and for the fewest tornadoes in a 12-month period over the last three years," said Brooks
For Oklahoma residents with Internet service, Twitter became a popular medium for sharing stories of devastation and expressing