MOORE, Okla. - A memorial service was held Saturday for animals that died in the wave of tornadoes that tore through central Oklahoma.
Around 100 people attended the service at the Orr Family Farm, where dozens of horses were killed in the May 20 tornado that devastated city of Moore.
The EF5 tornado left 24 people dead, injured hundreds and caused damage or destruction to thousands of homes and businesses. Subsequent flooding claimed at least 20 lives, according to Oklahoma's medical examiner.
Joplin says planting the bulbs is beneficial in the healing process.
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