Coming from one of the many tornadoes that hit Oklahoma City in 1999, the fastest wind speed ever recorded by scientists was 318 mph (with a 9-10 mph margin of error), which occurred on May 3. This feisty tornado only 4 lives and destroyed about 250 homes and surrounding properties. Luckily, a tornado with such macho speed could have easily inflicted greater damage if given the opportunity.
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