A devastating, monstrous tornado destroyed most of the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, Oklahoma on Monday, devastating homes, businesses, and severely damaging two elementary schools and a hospital. The storm covered an area as much as two miles wide and 22 miles long, according to officials. As crews continue the search for survivors, there is confusion over the death toll, and officials are revising the number of people killed by Monday's monster tornado.
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Teachers carry children away from Briarwood Elementary school after a tornado destroyed the school in south Oklahoma City, Okla, Monday, May 20, 2013. Near SW 149th and Hudson. (AP Photo/ The Oklahoman, Paul Hellstern)
This aerial photo shows damage to Moore Medical Center after it was hit by a massive tornado in Moore, Okla., Monday May 20, 2013. A tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school. (AP Photo/Steve Gooch)
Injured horses huddle together after the tornado hit the area near 149th and Drexel on Monday, May 20, 2013 in Oklahoma City, Okla. (AP Photo/ The Oklahoman, Chris Landsberger)
Nine children were among the dead, including seven who died at Plaza Towers Elementary School, which took a direct hit in the deadliest tornado to hit the United States in two years.
The Warren theater in Moore, Okla., often the place where fictional heroes perform great deeds onscreen, produced real-life heroes in the wake of Monday's deadly tornado.
Rescuers went building to building in search of victims and thousands of survivors were homeless on Tuesday, a day after a massive tornado tore through a suburb of Oklahoma City, wiping out whole blocks of homes and killing at least 24 people.
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 Associated Press has released a startling infographic chronicling the devastation left in the wake of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado. The twister was on the ground for nearly 40 minutes and had a path of 17 miles, according to an initial assessment by the National Weather Service.
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.
While emergency services on the ground work to help survivors in the aftermath of the devastating 2-mile-wide tornado that ripped through Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon, NASA has released images of a satellite view of the twister from space.
The destruction left behind in Moore, Oklahoma brought reporter Lance West to tears on Monday.
Storm Chaser Tim Baker joins HuffPost Live and describes just how damaging the tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma, really was.
Madi Alexander, a student at Oklahoma City University, and Pastor Andrew Burkhart, lead Pastor at Love & Justice Church in Moore, Okla., join HuffPost Live to give their firsthand accounts of the tornado.
Red Cross Media Relations Director Anne Marie Borrego and HuffPost Impact's Jessica Prois join HuffPost Live to tell viewers how they can help the victims of the Oklahoma tornado.
HuffPost Senior Political Economy Reporter Zach Carter joins HuffPost Live to discuss how both Oklahoma senators will handle asking for government aid, considering both have voted against funding disaster relief in the past.
Mayor William Searce of Joplin, Mo., joins HuffPost Live and offers advice to those affected by the tornado in Oklahoma.
President Barack Obama addresses the nation about the deadly tornado in Oklahoma.
KFOR-TV Reporter Ali Meyer joins Alicia from Moore, OK to discuss the death toll following yesterday's tornado.
The CEO of the American Red Cross in the Greater New York Region Josh Lockwood joins Alicia to talk about how the Red Cross helps victims of tragedies.
HuffPost Senior Politics Reporter Sam Stein joins Alicia to talk about tornado proofing houses.
Eleazar Melendez joins Alicia to discuss the total economic cost of yesterday's deadly tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
Dr. Judy Kuriansky joins HuffPost Live to talk about how victims of the tornado in Oklahoma are going to deal with their losses.
Networks raced to Oklahoma as the horror from the Moore tornado mounted on Tuesday morning.