Tornado Destroys City for 2nd Time: Moore, Oklahoma Devastated by 1999 Twister





Forty-one died in 1999 when a tornado touched down for 18 miles in the city of Moore.

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41 thoughts on “Tornado Destroys City for 2nd Time: Moore, Oklahoma Devastated by 1999 Twister

  1. They forgot the ef5 in 1998 as well as 2003. 1998 F2-F3 tornado. 1999 with the fastest tornadic winds in recorded history at 301 miles per hour (obviously F5), 2003 an F3, and 2013 yet again another F5.

  2. Lol thats not a tornado its michael moore. If you are a resident of this shitty town, then you have 2 gtfo or u meet the literal definition of insanity (repeating same shit xpecting diff results) and michael moore will descend on your town and his fatness will manifest as wind, 318 pounds becomes 318mph, and nothing sucks or blows harder than Michael Moore. Its that time of year, i bet they've already tested the rape whistle—- i mean sirens.

  3. Where did ABC learn to do stats? The 1 in 10 million number is for all homes in the U.S., not for homes in tornado prone OK, MI, etc. Moore will be hit again within another decade or two, there is absolutely no doubt about that.

  4. The path of destruction was not exactly the same. And the 1999 storm's path is longer than the map shows. It started in Bridge Creek. Also, the 2013 storm was not as strong as the 1999 storm and also killed less people. So the website was technically correct, but this storm was still pretty bad.

  5. The path of the 1999 storm was longer than the map shows; the same tornado also destroyed Bridge Creek. The path was 38 miles, not 18.

  6. That's really messed up! What did we do 2 deserve this? Nothing, those innocent ppl died bcuz the tornado was 2 violent & destructive 4 ppl 2 survive that's why the NWS (National Weather Service) issued a tornado emergency, I mean who do you think you are saying negative comments like that? I am 4rm TX, & yet I was devastated bcuz of those innocent kids & 2 babies that died. 🙁 So sad, you need 2 check yourself sweetheart, cuz that's wrong. Get a life! Hope OK recovers soon!

  7. I'm muslim, I from Bosnia, I don't know what is your religious commitment, but your comment is bad, very very bad, not all people are the same.

    do not want others, what you do not want yourself ( I SPEAK ENGLISH JUST LITTLE, so forgive me my mistakes )

  8. sure is right, nobody can believe about this quickly. the thing is, really lucky that i registered and earning more than $40 daily from this web site :). you can get it from here: bit.ly/10nFNSB?=oktdw

  9. the oods off your home being hit twice by a tornado of that intensity: 1 in 100 TRILLION. do people really think this was happenstance? shakes head……

  10. US government is not involved with this at all,really quite absurd to suggest such a thing.,people forget or don't know that similar tornado outbreaks occured in 1920 and 1950 and 1954 the diff is that more people live in harms way. Tornados naturally occur in midAmerica,building shelters and perhaps more sturdy homes will help avoid some future storm issues

  11. I didn't say rebuild tornado proof, I said build suitable STORM SHELTERS. Fortunately my plea was answered as the mayor of Moore is passing an ordinance requiring all new structures to have storm shelters capable of holding the buildings occupants.

  12. Moore was hit in 1998, 1999, 2003, 2010, and now, 2013 by extremely significant tornadoes. One of them registered as the strongest wind speeds ever recorded on the surface of the earth. multiple EF4's amd 5's Moore is a tornado magnet. Please, someone explain to me why the state hasn't funded better shelters at schools, or made storm shelters mandatory in the construction of new homes? This is despicable!

  13. God bless them all!!!!! I have one thing to say tho, make a law stating anything to be rebuilt have to have a storm cellar. Nobody HAD to die, the plain states are ALWAYS going to have tornados, if you want to live there, have a business there, go to school there, that's great, but they should all be required to have storm cellars big enough to hold all the people who would occupy the buildings!!!!!!!!! Lets rebuild smart!

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