Tornado Alley: Images of the storm

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@SeanSchoferTVN: The @weatherchannel vehicle just got thrown by tornado. We stopped to help & they are OK. @jimcantore pic.twitter.com/AayAhvuBwA
@SeanSchoferTVN: The @weatherchannel vehicle just got thrown by tornado. We stopped to help & they are OK. @jimcantore pic.twitter.com/AayAhvuBwA
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Forecasters warned that a tornado was heading for Oklahoma City on Friday evening.

Terrifyingly, the massive storm system developed more than one vortex, and multiple twisters hit Oklahoma City, the suburb of Moore–which was devastated less than two weeks ago by an even more powerful storm–and the surrounding area.

The wind changed direction so suddenly that even the experts were taken by surprise, and a Weather Channel car was tossed in the wind and crumpled.

The @weatherchannel vehicle just got thrown by tornado. We stopped to help & they are OK. @jimcantore twitter.com/SeanSchoferTVN…

— Sean Schofer (@SeanSchoferTVN) June 1, 2013


A mother and her baby were killed when their SUV flipped over on I-40.

Late Friday, the twisters seemed to weaken. But powerful straight winds, hail and flooding–as well as massive power outages in Oklahoma City–made the area still a danger zone overnight.

Some images of the storm:

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Tornado Alley: Images of the storm

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