It's been one year since the EF-5 tornado struck Moore, Okla. Signs of the devastation still linger as the town recognizes its anniversary, but the rebuilding process is well underway.
The city of Moore remembers the fallen on May 20, 2014 as ceremonies recognizing the anniversary of the EF5 tornado tragedy occur.
A memorial is set up in Moore, Okla. May 20, 2014, one year after a tornado hit the area, killing 25 people.
A family near the Moore Medical Center remembers a pet lost in last year's storm in Moore, Okla., May 20, 2014.
Several members of the Boys Scouts of America attend the Moore rememberance ceremony on May 20, 2014 to honor the victims of the twister that struck one year ago.
Proud young members of the Boy Scouts of America participate in the Moore rememberance ceremony on May 20, 2014 in honor of the twister tragedy that occurred one year ago.
The community of Moore, Okla. and the families of the victims gather together on May 20, 2014 to recognize the anniversary of the tornado tragedy that occurred just one year ago. The town has begun to rebuild after the EF5 twister ripped through.
State, city and health officials participated in a groundbreaking Tuesday for the new Moore Medical Center. The city's only hospital was destroyed on May 20, 2013 when the EF-5 tornado tore through town.
The reconstruction of Plaza Towers Elementary is nearly complete as the one year rememberance ceremony continues. Seven children were killed as the EF5 tornado destroyed the school. A memorial will be placed inside in honor of the victims.
The people of Moore watch as Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin speaks about the recovery effort of their town after the destruction of an EF5 tornado one year ago.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin speaks to the city of Moore about the effort to recover from the devastation remaining from the tornado that struck one year ago.
On May 20, 2014 the Moore Fire Department Honor Guard rings the bell 25 times for the lives lost in the trecherous tornado just one year ago.
Crowds gather to celebrate hope on May 20, 2014 in Moore, Okla. as they honor the 24 who lost their lives just one year ago after an EF5 tornado destroyed the town.
Flags bearing the phrase "Moore strong" fly ahead of remembrance ceremonies planned throughout the day in Moore, Okla. on the one-year anniversary of the May 20, 2013 tornado.
Moore, Okla.'s only hospital was destroyed in the May 20, 2013 tornado. On the one-year anniversary of the storm, the site of the new Moore Medical Center is being dedicated.
The sun rises in Moore, Okla. on the one-year anniversary of the tornado that tore through town, ripping apart thousands of homes and claiming 25 lives.
Plaza Towers Elementary School is nearly rebuilt a year after an EF-5 tore through the Moore community May 20, 2013. Seven children lost their lives that day at the school, which will feature a memorial to the students once the school is reopened.
A tree was dedicated the day before the anniversary of the Moore, Okla. tornado in memory of Kyle Davis, one of seven third graders killed May 20, 2013 at Plaza Towers Elementary.
Robert Barnett works on building a new home to replace the one that was destroyed almost one year ago by a tornado on May 19, 2014 in Moore, Oklahoma.
A newly built tornado shelter (L) is seen near still empty lots as well as new homes that have been built to replace the ones that were destroyed almost one year ago by a tornado on May 19, 2014 in Moore, Oklahoma.
Lance Barnett works on building a new home to replace the one that was destroyed almost one year ago by a tornado on May 19, 2014 in Moore, Oklahoma.
Janet Underwood waits for the school bus with her son, Riley Underwood, and other children in front of what used to be a trailer park before it was destroyed almost one year ago by a tornado on May 19, 2014 in Moore, Oklahoma.