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Pictures of the Storm Hunters journey through Tornado Alley

Mark Robinson

Tuesday, November 12, 2013, 8:51 AM -

No one will forget the devastating EF5 tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013. Numerous months have passed since this event, but our Storm Hunters are looking back at the destruction this storm brought. Below are just some pictures of their journey through Tornado Alley during the most prolific and dangerous Tornado season on record.

For the full story, be sure to watch The Weather Network on Monday November 11 at 7 p.m., 10 p.m., and 1 a.m. E.T. for "Witnessing Nature’s Fury: A Storm Hunter’s Special". 

WITNESSING THE DESTRUCTION: Amidst the damages, the American flag is visible in the background as it waves at half-staff. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

EXTENSIVE DAMAGES: The image above highlights just how strong the storm really was. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

SORTING THROUGH THE RUBBLE: After the storm passed, people started to search for belongings. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

BEYOND REPAIR: It wasn't hard to find cars as badly damaged as the one above. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)
TRUDGING THROUGH THE HARD TIMES: The untouched flag acts as a symbol of hope in a sea of destruction. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

WHERE TO START: Telephone polls were brought down and trees uprooted due to the strength of the storm. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

EVERYTHING LEFT IN PIECES: Objects were found scattered everywhere after the tornado passed through. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

HOUSE DAMAGES: Many residents returned to their homes only to find them destroyed beyond repair. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

BEYOND IDENTIFICATION: The damages were so great that it's hard to identify what each item was before it was demolished. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

ASSESSING THE DAMAGE: People in the background unsure of where to begin. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

THE POWER OF NATURE: A small reminder of how dangerous and powerful tornadoes can be. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARK ROBINSON)

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