Photo Gallery: Deadly Tornado In Missouri ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 14 Graffiti informs rescuers that everyone is safe and accounted for at the site of a destroyed home on Monday in Joplin, Mo. Mike Gullett / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 2 of 14 Tom Cravens of the Pryor, Okla., Police Department looks through the rubble of a destroyed home near the St. John's Regional Medical Center in Joplin, Mo. Mark Schiefelbein / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 3 of 14 Deputy Eddy Mathews of Mayes County, Okla., hands off a dog to volunteer Mike Hughey of Ozark, Mo., after rescuers found the dogs in the rubble of a destroyed home. Mark Schiefelbein / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 4 of 14 Janet Martin attempts to salvage items from her brother's home in Joplin. "Twenty minutes before the storm, he left to go to church. He would have been in that basement if he hadn't gone," Martin said. Julie Denesha / Getty Images VIEW SLIDESHOW 5 of 14 Stairs lead to rubble where a home once stood. Jeff Roberson / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 6 of 14 Anita Stokes salvages meat from a freezer where her home once stood in Joplin. Charlie Riedel / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 7 of 14 Delma Boyd of Joplin, Mo., (right) talks with medical technician Angela O'Leary of Purdy, Mo., in a temporary American Red Cross shelter at Missouri Southern State University in Joplin. Mark Schiefelbein / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 8 of 14 Residents of Joplin walk west on 26th Street near Maiden Lane. Mike Gullett / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 9 of 14 A man carries a young girl who was rescued after being trapped with her mother in their home after a tornado hit Joplin. Mike Gullett / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 10 of 14 A destroyed helicopter lies on its side in the parking lot of the St. John's Regional Medical Center in Joplin. Mark Schiefelbein / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 11 of 14 Emergency personnel walk through a neighborhood severely damaged by a tornado near St. John's Regional Medical Center. Mark Schiefelbein / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 12 of 14 Volunteer firefighters William Jackson (from left) and Ashley Martin of Oklahoma and Johnny Ward of Joplin look through the wreckage of a home where it was feared a pregnant woman was trapped. Mark Schiefelbein / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 13 of 14 A man walks past destroyed vehicles in the parking lot of St. John's Regional Medical Center. Mark Schiefelbein / AP VIEW SLIDESHOW 14 of 14 Emergency workers wait for a medical team after finding a body in a tornado-ravaged car. A twister tore through nearly six miles of the city Sunday. Charlie Riedel / AP Originally published on May 23, 2012 11:48 am A deadly tornado tore through Joplin, Missouri on Sunday killing over a hundred people. View the discussion thread.