After the storm: Sheet metal that was torn off a building during Friday's tornado in El Reno, Okla., ended up caught in a tree. Bill Waugh /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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A tornado forms over I-40 in Midwest City, Okla., during rush hour on Friday. Alonzo Adams/AP hide caption

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No 'Universal' Best Practice To Save Yourself From Tornadoes

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Okla. Recovery Spotlights Rep. Cole's Support For Sandy Aid

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Okla. Real Estate: Priced To Sell, Includes Storm Shelter

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After Tornado, Some Moore, Okla., Residents Have Had Enough

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Powerful Tornado Struck Moore, Okla., 1 Week Ago

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Overshadowed By Moore, Carney, Okla. Recovers From Twister

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Mynor Sanchez, a resident of Moore, Okla., lives a few blocks away and three houses down from major destruction. He is volunteering Friday in the neighborhood with his church, Templo El Alabanza, trying to do any tasks with which residents need help. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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'Part Of The Community': Latinos Rebuild After Okla. Tornado

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Tornado Upends Okla. Doctor's Practice With Patients In Need

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Relief agencies like the American Red Cross say monetary donations give them the greatest flexibility to address victims' needs. Erik Lesser/EPA/Landov hide caption

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'Please, No More Clothes': Relief Groups Ask For Cash

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Many school safe rooms, like this one inside Jeffries Elementary in Springfield, Mo., also serve as gymnasiums. Constructed with a $1.6 million grant from FEMA, which covered 75 percent of the cost, the shelter can hold more than 500 people — enough to accommodate all the school's students and employees. Scott Harvey/KSMU hide caption

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Tornado Safe Rooms In Schools A Popular, But Costly Idea

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Rita Green carried a plastic bin of items as she helped a family friend salvage things from a home Thursday in Moore, Okla. Lucas Jackson /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Tornado's Survival Rate 'Not Just Luck,' Meteorologist Says

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