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Dozens of people were killed Monday when a powerful tornado blasted the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, ripping roofs off buildings, leveling homes, and cutting a wide path of destruction.
The tornado was 1.3 miles wide with an estimated peak wind speed from 200 to 210 mph, which makes it an EF5 -- the most powerful category of tornadoes possible -- according to the National Weather Service.
Did you witness the tornado, or have you seen the damage and aftermath of the storm? Share your photos and videos and personal stories.
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