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The average tornado moves at less than 35 miles per hour and lasts just a few minutes—but on May 20 an EF5 tornado more than mile wide, packing 166- to 200-mph winds, ripped through the suburbs of Oklahoma City for 40 minutes and laid to waste the 55,000-population city of Moore.


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