Last Monday, a tornado with winds up to 320 km / h that hit the outskirts of Oklahoma City (United States), left 91 people dead. The natural phenomena left hundreds of buildings destroyed and two schools. Among the victims were found 20 children.
The passage of the tornado hit Moore, a town of 55,000 inhabitants on the outskirts of Oklahoma City. The National Weather Service rated the strength of the tornado as EF-4 on the magnitude scale for these phenomena, whose winds can blow from 260 to 320 km / h.
Jerry Sillings, Moore Police Chief Moore “the search (for people in the rubble) continued all night.”
According to CNN, about 145 people were hospitalized. Moreover the Moore Medical Center was evacuated, according to a network spokeswoman of News9, all patients were transferred to other hospitals.