May 21st, 2013
10:01 PM ET

U.S. hit by more severe storms than other nations

According to the Discovery Channel, the U.S. is hit by more severe storms than any other nation in the world.

Erin Burnett reports.

Filed under: Oklahoma Tornado • Weather
May 21st, 2013
09:29 PM ET

Storm Chaser: "I've never seen anything like it"

The tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma is hitting home for one storm chaser.

Dave Holder lives in Norman, Oklahoma, which is right next to Moore.

He is OutFront with Erin Burnett.

Filed under: Oklahoma Tornado
May 21st, 2013
09:16 PM ET

Neighbors comfort boy in tornado aftermath

Among the countless images of destruction in Moore, Oklahoma, are images of sheer relief and gratitude.

One of the children whose school was destroyed in the Oklahoma tornado talks about his joyful reunion with a neighbor.

OutFront tonight: Jim Routon, along with his daughter Sheyna and neighbor Hezekiah.

Filed under: Oklahoma Tornado
May 21st, 2013
09:06 PM ET

Heroic teacher saved kids from tornado by hiding in school bathroom

The tornado that tore through the Oklahoma City suburbs this week ranks among the strongest storms ever to strike the United States, packing powerful winds that topped 200 mph.

EF5 tornadoes are terrifying perfect storms

Officials from the National Weather Service gave the tornado that hit Moore on Monday a preliminary EF5 rating - the highest score on the scale that measures tornado intensity.

Ed Lavandera is OutFront with how teachers at Briarwood Elementary put their lives on the line to save every single one of their students.

Filed under: Oklahoma Tornado
May 21st, 2013
08:53 PM ET

Desperate mom finds sons in hospital after tornado

Amid all the stories of death and destruction across the Oklahoma City area tonight, there are also a number of remarkable stories of survival and reunion.

The day after, tornado survivors tell harrowing stories

Kyung Lah spent the day at Oklahoma University Medical Center where she met one family who beat the odds.

Filed under: News • Oklahoma Tornado
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