Kelcy Trowbridge, her brother in Law Dustin Weher and her three children L to R: Colby Trowbridge 4, Karley Trowbridge, 1, and Kynlee Trowbridge in front of their destroyed home on May, 20 in the Westmoor Neighborhood near Moore Oklahoma
A National Guardsmen and resident in a neighborhood destroyed by the tornado on May, 20 in Moore Oklahoma
Wilma Nelson, 87, stands in the closet that she took shelter in while a tornado destroyed her home in Woodward Oklahoma on Sunday. Nelson also survived the deadly tornado that struck Woodward Oklahoma on April, 9 1947.
Teachers from Fairview Elementary school embrace former school counselor Kay Johnson, center, in front of her home in a neighborhood that was in the direct path of Mondays Tornado on Wednesday May, 22 in South Oklahoma City just west of Moore. The path that the tornado took through this neighborhood was almost exactly the same as on May 3rd 1999. 3120 sw 153rd st. Oklahoma City
Tiffany Bauman comforts a dying dog that was injured by the EF5 tornado on May, 20 in the Westmoor Neighborhood in Moore Oklahoma
Mark Heflin searches for some belongings in a pond full of debris and cars in a neighborhood that took a direct hit from yesterdays tornado on May, 21 in Moore Oklahoma
Rescue workers search what remains of Plaza Towers Elementary after a tornado ripped through Moore on May, 20 in Moore Oklahoma
Joyce Moreno stands out front of her brother Gerald's home that was in the direct path of yesterdays EF5 tornado on May 21, 2013 in Moore Oklahoma.
Debbie Mayhle, right, and her daughter Kristi Jones retrieve some of Debbie's belongings from her home which was in the direct path of yesterdays tornado on May, 21 in Moore Oklahoma.
Mikki Ray had a laugh after finding her friends Keurig coffee machine completely intact in what was left behind of her friends home that was destroyed by a tornado that ripped through Woodward Oklahoma early Sunday morning.
in a neighborhood that was in the direct path of Mondays Tornado on Wednesday May, 22 in Moore Oklahoma.
Robert Dixon removes a toolbox from his sons leveled home on May, 21 in Moore Oklahoma
Emilee Neagle got emotional after finding her grandmothers pitcher in what was left behind of her home that was destroyed by a tornado that ripped through Woodward Oklahoma early Sunday morning.
Franklin Van Beckum, a volunteer from Edmond, hangs a flag that he found amid the destruction on Thursday, May 23 in Moore OK. PHOTO SENT ON SPEC