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On May 20, 2013, parts of Moore and neighboring Newcastle and southern Oklahoma City, were affected by a violent tornado. Classified as an EF5 tornado, it had estimated wind speeds of 200-210 mph, a maximum width of 1.3 miles, and a path length of 17 miles.Entire subdivisions were destroyed; the tornado also struck Briarwood and Plaza Towers elementary schools in Moore, while school was in session. As of the night of May 21, the Oklahoma Medical Examiner's office reported that 24 people were killed, including nine children.