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El Reno, Okla., June 15, 2013 -- Volunteers,Taylor O'Neal and Ashley Eidson look at a photo album found in the tornado debris. The photo lab they work for, Candid Color System has offered to do photo restoration for free for residents affected by the tornados. The El Reno area was struck by a EF5 tornado on May 31, 2013. It was the widest tornado in United States history at 2.6 miles across, and was the second EF5 tornado to touch down in Oklahoma over a two week period. Andrea Booher/FEMA
El Reno, Okla., June 15, 2013 -- Volunteers,Taylor O'Neal and Ashley Eidson look at a photo album found in the tornado debris. The photo lab they work for, Candid Color System has offered to do photo restoration for free for residents affected by the tornados. The El Reno area was struck by a EF5 tornado on May 31, 2013. It was the widest tornado in United States history at 2.6 miles across, and was the second EF5 tornado to touch down in Oklahoma over a two week period. Andrea Booher/FEMA - Location: El Reno, OK
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