PICS: Before and After Okla. Tornado

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MOORE, Okla. — Google Crisis Response has released images showing before and after shots of areas hit by this week’s massive tornado in Moore, Okla.

The tornado killed 24 people, including 10 children, the state medical examiner’s office said. It injured hundreds of others.

It was an EF5, the strongest category of tornadoes measured with winds that registered, at times, between 200 and 210 miles per hour.

Researchers say the tornado’s width spanned 1.3 miles, the length of more than 22 football fields lined up end to end.

It traveled about 17 miles.

*For extended coverage on this story, click HERE or follow the latest from KFOR in Oklahoma City.

All images courtesy Google, via http://google.org/crisismap/2013-oklahoma-tornado
‘Before’ images: Acquired 2013-04-29 (before tornado on May 20) © CNES 2013, Distribution Astrium Services/Spot Image
‘After’ images: Captured: 5/22/2013. © Digitial Globe 2013.

(CNN Contributed to this report)