Monday's deadly twister that tore through Moore, Oklahoma devastated a town not new to such storms. A powerful twister in May of 1999 wrought similar damage in the city, killing upwards of 30 people.

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In the clip above, Bill Hemmer compares the uncannily similar paths of both the 1999 and 2013 twisters, giving new meaning to the term "Tornado Alley."

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