The tornado that stuck this small farming town in Kansas was a Category EF-5, 1.7-miles wide with winds estimated around 205 mph.
(Tornadoes are usually categorized by wind speed based on the Fujita Tornado Intensity Scale, with F-5 referring to the most powerful storms. The “EF,” or “Enhanced Fujita” scale, measures the severity of a tornado based on damage rather than wind speed.)
I don’t think there is anything to say but to just let the pictures speak for themself.
Information source: The Wichita Eagle
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Greensburg, Kansas from the ground
Information source: CBS.com