On May 20, 2013, after a massive tornado ripped through Oklahoma City suburbs, USA Today reports 20 children are among the at least 51 dead from the devastation.
KFOR reports that seven of the children who died were from Plaza Towers Elementary school, where 75 students and staff members were when the tornado hit.
Several children were pulled from the rubble of the school alive.
Reuters reports that rescue workers are frantically trying to locate two dozen missing children, following the storm.
USA Today reports over 120 people were being treated at local hospitals, including around 50 children.
Late Monday, President Barack Obama declared a major disaster in Oklahoma as efforts continued to rescue those who may be trapped under debri.
The tornado was rated at EF-4 by the National Weather Service, meaning it had wind speeds from 166 to 200 mph.
In 1999, the same area was hit be an EF-5 tornado, which set records with winds measured at 318 mph.
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