Post-Tornado Search and Rescue Winding Down in Oklahoma

Authorities believe all survivors have been recovered


Rescue workers with sniffer dogs and searchlights combed through the wreckage left by a massive tornado to ensure no survivors remained buried in the rubble of schools, homes and buildings in an Oklahoma City suburb.

The massive tornado on Monday afternoon flattened blocks of the town, killed at least 24 people and injured about 240 in Moore, just outside Oklahoma City.