Friday's Oklahoma tornado was one for the record books.
The National Weather Service says the twister was 2.6 miles wide- making it the widest U.S. tornado ever. It was a rare EF5; the highest level of tornado intensity.
Bill Nye and Tom Foreman explain why the tornado was so large.
Erin Burnett talks to Storm Chaser Dave Holder about the death of his colleague veteran storm chaser Tim Samaras.
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In our OutFront Recap, we take the time to focus on the survivors of Monday's Oklahoma tornado. The storm destroyed thousands of homes and killed 24 people, including ten children.
CNN's Leinz Vales is OutFront with their stories.
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The first funeral was held Thursday morning for the youngest victims of Monday's deadly tornado.
Nine-year-old Antonia Candelaria was remembered as a "beautiful young lady" who had the "sweetest, most gentle and loving spirit."
She was one of seven children who died at the Plaza Towers Elementary School.
A school that has become one of the emotional focal points of the tornado.
And today - that school community came together as students were reunited with the teachers who saved their lives.
Our Ed Lavandera is OutFront with today's reunion.