How bad was the tornado in Oklahoma City Oklahoma?

There have been numerous tornadoes in Oklahoma City, but the most well-known was the one which struck on May 3, 1999. This tornado was rated F5, the highest intensity level on the Fujita scale. It was the worst tornado to hit the U.S. in 20 years. It killed 36 people and injured 583, the highest number of deaths and injuries in a single U.S. tornado since the Wichita Falls tornado of April 10, 1979. The damage from this tornado was $1 billion. This made it, at the time, the costliest tornado in U.S. history, though it would later be exceeded by the Tuscaloosa and Joplin tornadoes of April 27 and May 22, 2011.
All in all, it was a devastating tornado.