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Tornado path eerily similar to two other storms

  • Moore, Oklahoma has been hit by twisters three times in 14 years
  • Debris from Monday's tornado flown up to 20,000 feet

Incredibly, Moore, Oklahoma, has been hit by destructive tornadoes before. Twice. In almost the exact same stretch of town. 

In 1999, a twister tore through town, killing more than 40 people.

Then, almost exactly 10 years ago, another tornado strafed the city.

Monday's deadly storm followed nearly an identical track to the '99 and '03 storms. 

HLN’s Bob Van Dillen reports debris from Monday's tornado reached upwards of 20 thousand feet in the air.

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