A brick holds up the street sign of West Wisconsin Ave for identification purposes after is was torn down in Greensburg. The Wichita Eagle.
Remains of the World's Largest Hand Dug Well sit in a pile of rubble in Greensburg. The Wichita Eagle.
Debris along South Main in Greensburg spills onto the street. The Wichita Eagle.
Debris from homes are all that remain after a tornado struck Greensburg, Kan. The Wichita Eagle.
Downed powerlines and a traffic light lay in U.S. Highway 54 or East Kansas Ave. in Greensburg. The Wichita Eagle.
Buildings located at the intersection of U.S Highway 54 or East Kansas Ave and Main Street in Greensburg are all that remains after a tornado stuck. The Wichita Eagle.
A building on South Main Street stands as the structure next to it was demolished. The Wichita Eagle.
Bernard Taylor holds his roomate's baby as they both take refuge at the Haviland High School gym after a tornado struck Greensburg. The Wichita Eagle.
Debris sits on top of truck for Greensburg Oil Services. The Wichita Eagle.
Melissa Hillhouse smiles after finding her camera salvageable among the remains of her home that were found across the street on Saturday after a tornado hit Greensburg. Hillhouse, her husband Kevin and their daughter Alexis had moved a week ago from Berryville, Ark. The Wichita Eagle.
Mike Sutton, his daughter Aryca, wife Jessica and dog "Mia" walk down South Main with a suitcase full of their belongs as they evacuate Greensburg. The Wichita Eagle.
Dr. Mark Schwarm and Physician Assistant Nancy Kisner move a jukebox at the Bar H Tavern in Greensburg to make it into a temporary morgue for the dead. The Wichita Eagle.
Kevin Hillhouse and wife Melissa Hillhouse push a hand truck with their daughter Alexis and their belongings as they make their way down Main Street in downtown Greensburg, Kansas. The family was evacuating to shelters. The Wichita Eagle.
Greensburg Fire Department trucks sit in the rubble of the destroyed firehouse on West Wisconsin after a tornado struck Greensburg. The Wichita Eagle.
The Dillons Grocery store located on East Kansas Ave or U.S. Highway 54 in Greensburg, Kan. was one of many structures that was damaged. The Wichita Eagle.
Cody Bevan and Jordan Ivie of Tri-State Rescue from Darouzzette,Texas look for survivors in the basement area of a house located on Main Street. The house was moved off it's foundation after the tornado struck. The Wichita Eagle.
Pete Wright of the Seward County Volunteer Fire Department looks for survivors in the remains of Greensburg High School. The Wichita Eagle.