Watch Crazy Video: Deadly Oklahoma City tornado | 51 Killed

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At least 51 people — including seven children at an elementary school — were killed when a massive tornado struck an area outside Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon. This video is the closest to seeing what happened to those poor innocent lives.

Seven children were killed at Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Oklahoma, a police official said. Emergency personnel were scouring the school’s rubble Monday evening, video from CNN affiliate KFOR showed. The footage also showed a number of other leveled buildings.

The tornado was estimated to be at least 2 miles wide at one point as it moved through Moore, in the southern part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area, KFOR reported. Video from CNN affiliates showed a funnel cloud stretching from the sky to the ground, kicking up debris.

Brandon Sullivan and his crew documented multiple strong to deadly violent tornadoes today across central Oklahoma.

The first shot is approx 2 miles west of Shawnee, OK.. Brandon said this was some of the most violent motion he has ever witnessed and you could hear the roaring motion as the tornado tears across the land.. This tornado then went on to cause significant damage in Shawnee, Oklahoma..

The second clip is from approximately 4 miles west of Shawnee, Oklahoma and is a powerful multi vortex/wedge tornado. The third and fourth clips are from near Luther, Oklahoma. The final clip is the cone tornado near Edmond, OK earlier in the day.


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