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Following a series of tornadoes across Texas and Oklahoma, a powerful tornado hit the suburbs of Oklahoma City on May 20, 2013. The tornado swept through 20 miles in the area and, measuring 2 miles wide with a peak wind speed of 200-210 miles per hour, destroyed most everything in its path. It’s the deadliest tornado since 2011′s Joplin tornado, and considered one of the worst in the past 20 years. With the death toll at 24 and likely to rise, President Obama signed a disaster declaration for Oklahoma. First responders are currently searching the debris field for survivors. ATC is working with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and other experts to provide updates on how to help affected communities.
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Written by admin on May 21, 2013 @ 1:28 pm
Filed under: Humanitarian Relief, Philanthropy
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