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Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Wayne, Okla. , May 26, 2010 -- Damages caused by a tornado on May 10 to facilities on the campus of Mid-America Technology Center include a missing portico roof and severe fascia damage to the building's main roof.  Public properties in the eastern half of the state experienced damages caused by 22 confirmed tornadoes.  FEMA Photo by Win Henderson

Severe Storm ^ Tornado - Wayne, Okla. , May 26, 2010 -- Damages caused by a tornado on May 10 to facilities on the campus of Mid-America Technology Center include a missing portico roof and severe fascia damage to the building's main roof. Public properties in the eastern half of the state experienced damages caused by 22 confirmed tornadoes. FEMA Photo by Win Henderson

 
 
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Title: building damage from a tornado in Oklahoma

Production Date: 05/26/2010

Caption: Wayne, Okla. , May 26, 2010 -- Damages caused by a tornado on May 10 to facilities on the campus of Mid-America Technology Center include a missing portico roof and severe fascia damage to the building's main roof. Public properties in the eastern half of the state experienced damages caused by 22 confirmed tornadoes. FEMA Photo by Win Henderson

Photographer Name: Win Henderson

City/State: Wayne, OK

Keywords: damages tornado May 10 Mid-America Technology Center portico roof facia damage public properties

Disasters: Oklahoma Severe Storms, Tornadoes, and Straight-Line Winds (DR-1917)

Disaster Types: Severe Storm ^ Tornado

Categories: Public Assistance ^ Recovery
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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