Trending In Our News Feeds – Deadly tornado strikes Oklahoma. A tornado wreaked havoc on the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore yesterday. The tornado touched down just before 3:00 p.m. and traveled approximately 20 miles. Winds of up to 200 m.p.h. created a two-mile wide path of destruction, demolishing schools and throwing trucks from the freeway. The death toll stands at 51, but officials believe the tornado killed at least 40 others. About 100 survivors have been rescued so far. Forecasters warn that severe weather could hit the Midwest today; PolicyMic will be providing live updates. NPR rounds up stories of survival and loss from the disaster.
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