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A tornado passes across south Oklahoma City, Monday. A monstrous tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs, flattening entire neighborhoods with winds up to 320 km/h, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school.
This Tuesday aerial photo shows, from bottom to top, the path Monday's tornado took through Moore, Okla. The huge tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburb Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds.
This aerial photo shows damage to the Plaza Towers Elementary School after massive tornado hit Moore, Okla., Monday.
This aerial photo shows the remains of homes hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday May 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Steve Gooch)
This aerial photo shows damage to Moore Medical Center after it was hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday.
Two men attempt to pry open a door on this car to check for victims in a business parking lot west of I-35 south of 4th Street in Moore, on Monday, May 20, 2013. (AP Photo/The Oklahoman, Jim Beckel)
Kay James holds her cat as she sits in her driveway after her home was destroyed by the tornado that hit the area near 149th and Drexel on Monday in Oklahoma City, Okla.
A resident surveys the damage after the tornado hit the area near 149th and Drexel on Monday in Oklahoma City, Okla.
A woman carries a child through a field near the collapsed Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., Monday. The relationship between the woman and the child was not immediately known. A tornado as much as a 1.6 kilometers wide with winds up to 320 km/h roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school.
This aerial photo shows damage to Moore Medical Center after it was hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday.
Holly Rictor, left, and her mother Silvia Lee walks past Silvia's tornado-ravaged home in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday. A huge tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburb Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds.
Heather Walker takes a photo of her tornado-ravaged car Tuesday outside the daycare where she works in Moore, Okla. Seven adults and 13 children  survived the tornado by huddling in the daycare's bathroom.
Amber Ford, a teaching assistant, goes through the rubble of a second grade classroom she works in at the Briarwood Elementary School in Oklahoma City, Okla. Tuesday.
Christine Hammond looks through in the debris behind a friend's home along SW 6th Street in Moore, Okla. looking for personal items on Tuesday.
Jon Johnson, left, looks through what is remains of his home at 14716 S. Broadway with his brother Matt Johnson on Tuesday.
Jimmy Hodges helps Chad Heltcel and his wife Cassidi salvage the wreckage of Chad Heltcel's family home Tuesday.
A soldier walks past the wreckage, Tuesday, left when a tornado moved through Moore, Okla. Monday.
People react in front of the Plaza Towers Elementary school in Moore following a deadly tornado.
Ann Friess kisses her husband, Dan, for finding part of her grandmother's silver while looking for personal items among the remains of their home along SW 6th Street in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday.
A member of Nebraska Task Force-1 walks through the debris of a home along SW 6th Street in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday.
A survivor's message is left on the side of a home on Heather Lane in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday.
A tornado passes across south Oklahoma City, Monday. A monstrous tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs, flattening entire neighborhoods with winds up to 320 km/h, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school. - Paul Hellstern / The Associated Press
This Tuesday aerial photo shows, from bottom to top, the path Monday's tornado took through Moore, Okla. The huge tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburb Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds. - CP
This aerial photo shows damage to the Plaza Towers Elementary School after massive tornado hit Moore, Okla., Monday. - Steve Gooch / The Associated Press
This aerial photo shows the remains of homes hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday May 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Steve Gooch) -
This aerial photo shows damage to Moore Medical Center after it was hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday. - Steve Gooch / The Associated Press
Two men attempt to pry open a door on this car to check for victims in a business parking lot west of I-35 south of 4th Street in Moore, on Monday, May 20, 2013. (AP Photo/The Oklahoman, Jim Beckel) -
Kay James holds her cat as she sits in her driveway after her home was destroyed by the tornado that hit the area near 149th and Drexel on Monday in Oklahoma City, Okla. - Chris Landsberger / The Oklahoman
A resident surveys the damage after the tornado hit the area near 149th and Drexel on Monday in Oklahoma City, Okla. - Chris Landsberger / The Oklahoman
A woman carries a child through a field near the collapsed Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Okla., Monday. The relationship between the woman and the child was not immediately known. A tornado as much as a 1.6 kilometers wide with winds up to 320 km/h roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school. - Sue Ogrocki / The Associated Press
This aerial photo shows damage to Moore Medical Center after it was hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday. - Steve Gooch / The Associated Press
Holly Rictor, left, and her mother Silvia Lee walks past Silvia's tornado-ravaged home in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday. A huge tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburb Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds. - Alonzo Adams / The Associated Press
Heather Walker takes a photo of her tornado-ravaged car Tuesday outside the daycare where she works in Moore, Okla. Seven adults and 13 children survived the tornado by huddling in the daycare's bathroom. - Charlie Riedel / The Associated Press
Amber Ford, a teaching assistant, goes through the rubble of a second grade classroom she works in at the Briarwood Elementary School in Oklahoma City, Okla. Tuesday. - Michael Wyke / Tulsa World
Christine Hammond looks through in the debris behind a friend's home along SW 6th Street in Moore, Okla. looking for personal items on Tuesday. - Brad Loper / The Dallas Morning News
Jon Johnson, left, looks through what is remains of his home at 14716 S. Broadway with his brother Matt Johnson on Tuesday. - Nate Billings / The Oklahoman
Jimmy Hodges helps Chad Heltcel and his wife Cassidi salvage the wreckage of Chad Heltcel's family home Tuesday. - Brennan Linsley / The Associated Press
A soldier walks past the wreckage, Tuesday, left when a tornado moved through Moore, Okla. Monday. - Brennan Linsley / The Associated Press
People react in front of the Plaza Towers Elementary school in Moore following a deadly tornado. - Sarah Phipps / The Oklahoman
Ann Friess kisses her husband, Dan, for finding part of her grandmother's silver while looking for personal items among the remains of their home along SW 6th Street in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday. - Brad Loper / The Dallas Morning News
A member of Nebraska Task Force-1 walks through the debris of a home along SW 6th Street in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday. - Brad Loper / The Dallas Morning News
A survivor's message is left on the side of a home on Heather Lane in Moore, Okla., on Tuesday. - Brad Loper / The Dallas Morning News
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Updated on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 11:02 PM CDT: updates with fresh art from tuesday's cleanup efforts

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