A huge tornado wrecked a miles-long path of destruction on Monday through an Oklahoma City suburb.
A KFOR TV helicopter which was filming the intial tornado flew by the damage after the storm had cleared, showing a scene of complete destruction.
There are over 171,000 people in the path of the storm and warnings have been issued from Texas to Michigan.
The strongest winds on earth -- 302 mph -- were recorded near Moore during a tornado on May 3, 1999.
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