Images from the massive tornado that hit Moore, Okla., on Monday show the extensive devastation.
Taken from 19th street in Moore, OK on 5.20.13.
Convenience store and medical center in background
Secretary at Plaza Towers moments after storm.
Moore tornado devastation.
Moore Tornado May 20 2013
Moore Tornado May 20 2013
Medical Center in Moore.
Moore, OK 5/20/13
My mom's house on Eagle Drive in Moore, OK 5/20/13
Car destroyed by the torando.
Warren Theater in Moore.
Engine tossed by the storm.
May 20, 2013 tornado
"We survived" written on the side of one home in Moore, OK following the May 20th storm.
Duke home in Moore. OK on 5/20/13.
Tornado damage in Moore, OK.
Moore tornado from I-35 south.
Stars and stripes in the midst of tornado damage.
Tinker Credit Union Moore, OK.
Moore, OK 5/20/13.
Kendrick, Oklahoma This is Pamela McFarland from Kendrick, Oklahoma we found a check from the Exchange Bank in Moore, Oklahoma.
Moore post office.
Start of tornado in Harrah, OK
May 20th tornado building near Moore, OK.
Wrecked cars in Moore.
Moore OK after the tornado.
Warren Theatre following the tornado.
The Mooreland Softball Girls wrote on their wrists to remember the tornado victims in Oklahoma City and Moore.
Traffic stalled on Interstate 44 heading toward Moore, Okla.
North of Interstate 44 bridge near Moore, Okla.
Search and rescue teams can be seen throughout Moore, Okla.
Crews from the Federal Emergency Management Agency are on the ground in Moore, Okla.
Downed electrical tower near Moore, Okla.
Police checkpoints south of Moore, Okla.
Neighborhood in Moore, Okla.
A teddy bear and children's book in the rubble in Moore, OK.
The sky in Moore at daybreak.
Volunteers raise a flag during recovery operations.
Some rubble in Moore.
Hospital in Moore, Okla.
7 Eleven in Moore, Okla.
Damage left by tornado in Moore, Okla.
Field of debris near hospital in Moore, Okla.
South of a medical center in Moore, Okla.
A bowling ball is shown in what's left of a bowling alley near a medical center in Moore, Okla.
What's left of a bowling alley in Moore, Okla.
Damage in Moore, Okla. Interstate 35 can be seen in the distance.
Damaged cars litter the streets of Moore, Okla.
This neighborhood was one of the hardest hit areas in Moore, Okla.
Homes were completely leveled by a monstrous tornado that hit Moore, Okla., on Monday.
An abandoned vehicle in Moore.
Damaged vehicle in Moore.
Police cruiser in Moore, OK.
Damage in Moore.
Abandoned cars near a damaged tree in Moore.
Total devastation in Moore, OK.
A destroyed bowling alley in Moore.
Moore, Okla. damage
Police patrol in Moore, Okla.
Cleaning up debris in Moore, Okla.
Residents in Moore, Oklahoma left messages for neighbors wherever -- and however -- they could.
Television news crews from across the country gathered to report on a city that has been struck by a tornado a record five times.
Some residents are first returning to their neighborhoods Wednesday to view the damage.
City crews are working to erect temporary street signs, as it is difficult for even longtime residents to recognize where they are among the wrecked neighborhoods.
Just 24 hours after the EF-5 tornado ripped through the town, this family's patriotism would not be dampened by Mother Nature's fury.
A damaged medical building in Moore.
A news crew working in Moore.
A damaged building in Moore.
A vehicle pushed into a destroyed bowling alley in Moore.
Near a destroyed bowling alley in Moore.
A news reporter ready to go live in Moore.
Nightfall in Moore, 24 hours after the tornado struck.
Volunteers huddle in Moore.
Twisted metal in Moore.
A destroyed gas station in Moore.
Rubble from a destroyed bowling alley.
CDs in the car are OK, but the car was destroyed.
Another view of the destroyed bowling alley.
An upside down car with a X spray painted on it.
A car that was flipped by the high tornadic winds.
Moore on Wednesday.
Fifth Street in Moore, Okla.
Checkpoint near damaged area of Moore, Okla.
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The cleanup has just begun in Moore, Okla.
Heavy equipment moves into the Moore, Okla., area, where a massive tornado hit Monday.
Piles of debris sit where houses and neighborhoods stood just days ago.
A trampoline ended up quite a distance from where it had been originally set up.
A car sits in a driveway under what's left of a garage and home in Moore, Okla.
People return to their neighborhoods two days after a tornado hit the city of Moore, Okla.
Residents being allowed back into their neighborhoods for the first time since Monday.
People try to recover what they can from what's left of their homes in Moore, Okla.
Residents return to survey the damage in their neighborhoods.
A residential area near the Moore Medical Center is destroyed.
Trees damaged by Monday's tornado
Trees near center of the destruction in Moore, Okla.
Volunteers walk into Moore, Okla., to help with the recovery and relief efforts.
Volunteers set up food stations to relieve workers who are helping the recovery and relief efforts in Moore, Okla.
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