Tornado Hits Oklahoma, Causing Massive Damages

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  • This aerial photo shows the remains of homes hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Oklahoma (20/5). A tornado roared through the Oklahoma City, flattening entire neighborhoods. AP/Steve Gooch

    This aerial photo shows the remains of homes hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Oklahoma (20/5). A tornado roared through the Oklahoma City, flattening entire neighborhoods. AP/Steve Gooch

    TEMPO.CO, Oklahoma – A two-mile wide tornado moving at more than 250 kilometers per hour sweeps the outskirts of Oklahoma City, causing massive damages. The National Weather Service stated that the damages are classified as number two on a scale of zero to five. Curently, there are no reports of fatalities.

    In a video acquired by CNN from KFOR, the tornado can be seen destroying Moore city. KFOR reporter Lance West, reported that an elementary school was destroyed by the tornado while 75 students and teachers were still inside.

    "Our worst fears have become real," Bill Bunting from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Storm Prediction Center, told CNN. "We have broadcasted an early warning, but not everyone is aware" he added.

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