MOORE, Okla. - New details are emerging following Monday's devastating tornado that tore a path of destruction through Moore.
The tornado has initially been classified as an EF-4 tornado with winds reaching up to 200 M.P.H.
It was on the ground for 40 minutes and its path was 20 miles long. More than 30 square miles were damaged.
The fire chief in Moore says crews will search the entire city at least twice more to make sure that no survivors or victims have been missed.
Officials are still trying to account for a few children who weren't found at the school but may have gone home early with their
The initial death toll was 51 but was revised down to 24 Tuesday morning. Seven of those victims are said to be children.
Four of the victims were in Oklahoma City. The other 20 were in Moore.
Officials say the higher number may have included some victims that were counted multiple times.
At a Tuesday afternoon media breifing, Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin announced a web site where victims can go for help as well as a place for people to make donations. That web site is okstrong.ok.gov.