Tornado clean-up begins in Oklahoma
As the dust settles in Oklahoma the clean-up from one of the worst tornadoes in America's history can begin.
Police cordons have been removed for the first time since the disaster and families are only now able to return to their homes to survey the damage.
Alastair Leithead reports from Moore, Oklahoma.
- I tried to be the best dad I could be 00.58
- How I pulled children from rubble 02.38
- I haven't taken a breath yet 03.02
- "Tornado's power caught on camera" 00.47
- Cellar opened to reveal 'apocalypse' 01.12
- 'Open hearts and homes' 01.12
- We thought we were dead 00.51
- Why they call it 'Tornado Alley' 01.12
- TV station evacuated on air 03.22
- 'Massive tornado coming towards us' 02.07
- 'I was pretty lucky I suppose' 00.45
- Collapsed bowling alley amid rubble 00.45