The city of Moore, Okla., -- devastated by Monday's tornado outbreak -- is all too familiar with the power of deadly storms. In 1999, an F5 tornado with winds of more than 260 miles-per-hour tore through the Oklahoma City suburb, killing 41 people.
She had already survived the Joplin tornado. Now, a woman in Moore, Okla., for work shares her story of survival in a second deadly twister.
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