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MOORE, Okla. - As Moore residents woke up on May 20, 2013, no one could foresee the drama that would unfold in the hours to come.

A murderous EF5 tornado would steal loved ones, maim survivors, and leave destruction that still scars the community.

Now, almost a year later, new information from that historic storm that could help you keep your family safe during severe weather.

Much of it comes from victims who've never told their stories---until now.

We ask the question: considering the magnitude of that May 20th storm, why wasn't the death toll higher?  What did Moore residents do that kept the death toll at 24 fatalities...a tragic number…but far fewer deaths than most would have expected.

We urge you to click on the video for the answers.

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