An angel statue and an American flag adorns this wrecked car in Moore, Okla.
All that's left of someone's scrapbook.
A flatscreen TV hung on a brick wall was the only thing left of this home.
This car ended up wedged into a tree.
An uninteded skylight on the doorway of a home in Moore, Oklahoma.
Among the debris of a home in Moore, Oklahoma is girl's purple bike.
Among the debris of a home in Moore, Oklahoma is a plastic tricycle.
This car was destroyed by the tornado in Moore.
The scene at Moore looked like a vast wasteland.
This piece of a bumper on a car was twisted around a pole.
Inside a car wrecked by the Moore, Oklahoma tornado.
The ruins of the Moore Medical Center as seen through a wrecked car.
A family gets help with food.
Twisted street sign in front of medical center.
The spray painted M means Moore PD cleared the home. O means OKCPD.
Oklahomans know how to improvise. (Using fence to block garage)
Nathan Kreisel and his family of five survived in the bathtub.
Amber Kriesel salvages a few precious belongings, including pictures of her babies.
Stoplight snapped in half
People looking desperately for anything they recognize.
A new day, but the damage will remain for months.
A moment of taking it all in. 7NEWS reporter Russell Haythorn looks over the damage.
Police arrested two people overnight for looting. "If we catch you, it's 'game on,'" said local police spokesperson.
Rescuers and rescue dogs shift change in Moore, Oklahoma.
American spirit in the heart of the devastated area in Moore, Oklahoma.
Moore Medical Center in background damaged. Home in foreground destroyed. Car upside down.
This car upside down like many.
These cars were stacked up like someone took a giant broom to them.
Cars thrown into a field in Moore, Oklahoma.
An engine sits in a yard. The car is somewhere in a field across the way.
Some of the first damage seen by a 7NEWS crew when they arrived Monday night.