Living in tornado alley – Frieda Stanley sits in what was once her living room. Her Oklahoma City neighborhood was hit by a deadly twister in May 1999 and again on Monday.
Living in tornado alley – The nameless neighborhood, near SW 149 and May Avenue in Oklahoma City, sits on the spot where the 1999 and 2013 tornado paths intersect.
Living in tornado alley – Lisa Brown helps her former colleague Kay Taylor pull belongings from the wreckage of her home. Taylor, a former PE teacher and school counselor, was most concerned about finding her collections of pennies, gumball machines and ladybug figures.
Living in tornado alley – Kay Taylor, 63, moved into her home here after the 1999 tornado. She plans to rebuild.
Living in tornado alley – Families on Tuesday and Wednesday searched for recognizable objects hidden in the anonymous rubble.
Living in tornado alley – Cheryl Richeson survived Monday's tornado by hiding out in her family's safe room, which is built to withstand Oklahoma's severe weather.
Living in tornado alley – Some people in this neighborhood say they will rebuild. Others aren't sure they trust the skies here.
Living in tornado alley – George Stanley recorded the tornado on his iPhone before waiting out the storm in his neighbor's underground storm shelter. He doesn't plan to leave. "It's my paradise out here," he said.
Living in tornado alley – Residents talked about how they survived this storm and the 1999 tornado as they pulled photos and other personal belongings from their homes.
Living in tornado alley – Kay Taylor lives next door to her 94-year-old aunt, whose home was destroyed by tornadoes in 1999 and this week. Both women plan to stay on this land.