One year ago, on May 20, 2013, an EF-5 tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma, killing 24 people, injuring more than 300 and uprooting residents of a city who were already no strangers to the danger of tornados.
The year since the storm has been marked not only with rebuilding efforts, but also with preparations for future disasters. Workers have built more than 1,100 shelters in Moore over the past year, including underground bunkers and fortified safe rooms.
The interactive map, above, takes a side-by-side aerial look at the damaged areas of Moore. Click the numbered tabs to toggle between different locations and get more information on each.
In this May 20, 2013 file photo, LaTisha Garcia carries her 8-year-old daughter, Jazmin Rodriguez near Plaza Towers Elementary School after a massive tornado carved its way through Moore, Oklahoma, leaving little of the school and neighborhood.
The new Plaza Towers Elementary school in Moore, Oklahoma, as seen on Tuesday, May 13, 2014.
This combination of aerial photos shows the path of destruction on May 21, 2013, the day after a massive tornado hit Moore, Oklahoma, left, and the same view on May 15, 2014, right.