2 Killed in Nebraska Tornadoes

At least three more tornadoes ripped through Coleridge, killing two and injuring nearly two dozen.
1:53 | 06/18/14

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refinery but new tornadoes touching down last night a day after those double twisters tore through Nebraska devastating Pilger. ABC's Steve osunsami is there. Good morning, Steve. Reporter: Good morning, George. Take a look at what's left of this farm house behind me. It is all brick and it is all gone hit by one of the tornados that came through here and overnight there were more violent storms racing through Nebraska. Got it. Got it. Reporter: Overnight here we go again. At least three more tornadoes ripping through Nebraska. Go. Reporter: One of them like a thief in the dark sky. You could only see it when the lightning flashed. Look at the size of that thing. Reporter: This destructive funnel nearly a mile wide touched down after dinner near coleridge just 45 miles from Pilger, Nebraska, where this morning families are just beginning to recover from Monday's devastation after those twin twisters, an ef-2 and ef-4 nearly leffed the town. They had a 10 to 15-minute warning however we did not know the second tornadoes were here until they just popped up. Reporter: Two people were killed and nearly two dozen are recovering from injuries and at this at-home day care every child made it out alive after being trapped in the basement. They had to have god watching them over. Reporter: Mary Anne said she hit with her husband in a closet. She's lived here since 1972. I heard the glass breaking and the doors and things banging and that's all I remember. Reporter: Larry Nelson lost his entire home. How tough is this? Not sleeping very good. Reporter: Over 65 million people could see severe weather today from the dakotas to Texas to Florida, robin. All right, Steve, thank you.

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