It would benefit from a different point of view. There's too much extraneous stuff on the left half of the picture that does nothing for the overall composition. The image might be fine as a newspaper image to go along with a story about the tornado, but as an artistic urban landscape the composition is weak.
For me, the man in the foreground is also distracting and in bad lighting. What I find more interesting are the people in the background who appear to be photographing the building. I would prefer if you had gone in tighter on the building and maybe have one or two of those gawkers in the foreground instead. It would have made for a more interesting composition with a little social commentary thrown in for good measure.
Thanks for the comments. I had included the tree on the left as it had been knocked over by the storm, but found it incredibly difficult to keep its context with the building behind it. I focused on the man in the foreground because he had walked by all this destruction, and didn't pause for a moment. I appreciate the feedback.
What do you think about these two?