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After Moore's F5 Tornado, Storm Shelter Interest Increases

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It's been seven months since an F5 tornado plowed through Moore, Okla. Twenty-four people died and more than 1,100 homes were destroyed. These super tornadoes leave many kinds of devastation in their wake, but the worst damage may not be visible.

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