Toby Keith visits Moore, OK

Toby Keith visits Moore, Oklahoma in the wake of the massive tornado that hit Monday, May 20, 2013. 

The National Weather Service says the massive tornado that raked Moore, Oklahoma on Monday, May 20, 2013, was an EF5, the most powerful category of tornado possible, and had estimated peak winds ranging from 200 to 210 mph and was 1.3 miles wide. At least 24 people -- including nine children -- were killed.

About 2,400 homes were damaged in Moore and Oklahoma City, according to the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management. Some 10,000 people were directly impacted by the tornado, he said. It is estimated that insurance claims will likely top $1 billion.

Toby Keith visits Moore, Oklahoma in the wake of the massive tornado that hit Monday, May 20, 2013.

The National Weather Service says the massive tornado that raked Moore, Oklahoma on Monday, May 20, 2013, was an EF5, the most powerful category of tornado possible, and had estimated peak winds ranging from 200 to 210 mph and was 1.3 miles wide. At least 24 people — including nine children — were killed.

About 2,400 homes were damaged in Moore and Oklahoma City, according to the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management. Some 10,000 people were directly impacted by the tornado, he said. It is estimated that insurance claims will likely top $1 billion.

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