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All but three of the bodies that have been recovered have been identified and are being returned to their families, Elliott said..
Devastating aerial images taken immediately after the tornado show Plaza Towers - as well as hundreds of homes and businesses - completely leveled with cars thrown into the school grounds by the powerful storm.
Because of the damage to the roads, 'parents walked for miles just to get to their children,' she said.
'They were out of breath and crying but just so happy to see them.' a nearby church where they continued the harrowing wait for news of their children.
Frightened third graders were being pulled from the wreckage alive on Monday afternoon as rescue workers passed the children down a human chain before taking them to a triage center set up in the school's parking lot.
Worst in memory: This detailed map of downtown Moore, Oklahoma, locates the path of Monday's devastating tornado and compares it to the path of the 1999 tornado, which had the most powerful winds ever recorded Students who were inside the building described clinging to the walls of the hallway where many of them huddled during the storm as the twister battered the school.
The father of a nine-year-old girl who perished when Plaza Elementary School suffered a direct hit from Monday's tornado has described his horror at arriving at her school to find nothing but a pile of rubble.
He added that the jurisdiction decides where to allocate funds for safe rooms based on past events.'I would like to extend my sincere sympathies to all those who have suffered losses,' Susan Pierce, from Moore Public Schools, said in an emotional speech.Some, hoping their little ones had made it out alive, posted photographs of their children on Facebook and Twitter, desperately hoping they'd be reunited.Among the dead is a junior high school teacher, Megan Futrell, and her five-month-old baby, Mail Online has learned.A Moore resident took a picture of the monstrous twister as it barreled towards the heavily-populated Oklahoma City suburb A monstrous tornado roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs, flattening entire neighborhoods with winds up to 200 mph, setting buildings on fire and landing a direct blow on an elementary school The wind coming into the storm starts to swirl and forms a funnel.The air in the funnel spins faster and faster and creates a very low pressure area which sucks more air - and objects on the ground into it.'I was hiding in the closet and I heard something like a train coming,' she said under skies still flashing with lightning.