At least 24 people killed by epic tornado near Oklahoma City

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At least 24 people were killed by a massive 2-mile wide tornado that tore a 20-mile path of destruction through the suburbs south of Oklahoma City. The official death toll was revised down on Tuesday morning, though many more are missing. Much of the devastation was centered in the town of Moore, which was also hit by a tornado in 1999. First responders continue to search for the missing among the remains of buildings, including several schools, many of which were reduced to piles of rubble.

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2-mile-wide tornado leaves epic devastation in Moore, Oklahoma