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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Mindy Nye, 18, of Henryville, Ind., looks through the debris, March 4, 2012, for her 18-month-old son Nathan's baby book, after a tornado destroyed her home.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    David Cox fixes the American flag to what remains of his son's home after it was destroyed by a tornado, March 3, 2012 in Chelsea, Ind.
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    Heather Plance carries Smokey the cat after he was found in the rubble of their friends home that was destroyed by a tornado, March 4, 2012 in Marysville, Ind.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Amando Gomez finds his basketball in the closet of what used to be his bedroom after his families home was destroyed by a tornado, March 4, 2012 in Marysville, Ind.
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    Melody Zollman, left, gets a hug from her sister Michelle Browning as they stand in what was Zollman's home after it was destroyed by a tornado March 3, 2012 in Henryville, Ind.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Tony Sherrard searches through the debris that used to be his home for family keepsakes March 3, 2012 in Marysville, Ind. The Sherrad family had planned to move into a new home today and most of his family's belongings were packed into boxes when yesterday's tornado obliterated the home.
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    Snow covers a demolished house in Marysville, Ind., March 5, 2012 after a tornado ripped through the town, March 2.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Steve Smith and J. J. Smith survey the damage to their home following Friday's tornado March 3, 2012 in Henryville, Indiana. Dozens of people were killed as severe weather and tornados ripped through the South and Midwest.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Macy Diekhoff, 11, right, hugs her great aunt, Mary Ann Holt, who survived in the closet of her home, which was hit by a tornado that passed through the town on March 2, 2012 in Holton, Indiana. Severe weather and tornados have swept across the United States, causing heavy damage and multiple deaths.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Justin Pace helps clean up the home of Gene and Tammy Humphreys in Harrison, Tenn. on Saturday, March 3, , 2012. Massive thunderstorms, predicted by forecasters for days, threw off dozens of tornadoes as they raced Friday from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Robert Elliott sits in his damaged kitchen after a tornado struck his home in Harrison, Tenn., Saturday, March 3, 2012. Emergency crews desperately searched for survivors Saturday after a violent wave of Midwest and Southern storms flattened some rural communities and left behind a trail of destruction: shredded homes, downed power lines and streets littered with tossed cars.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    The foundation of a home is all that remains on March 3, 2012 after it was destroyed by a tornado in Henryville, Ind. Dozens of people were killed as severe weather and tornados ripped through the South and Midwest on Friday, March 2.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Kent Ater looks around a damaged house in Marysville, Ind., Saturday, March 3, 2012. Powerful tornadoes raked across a wide swath of the Midwest and South on Friday, killing at least 28 people in four states and bringing the death toll to at least 41 from a week of deadly late-winter storms.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Drew Day, 13, of Rockmart, takes a break from helping clean up Wayside Baptist Church after an overnight tornado struck the area, Saturday, March 3, 2012, in Dallas, Ga. Massive thunderstorms, predicted by forecasters for days, threw off dozens of tornadoes as they raced Friday from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Brenda Hall stands in her home as she prepares to evacuate after it was heavily damaged by a tornado March 2, 2012 in Henryville, Ind. More than 15 people have died this week as severe weather and tornados have swept across the U.S.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Pam Hogan and her rescue dog Bart search a collapsed home for victims of Friday's tornado in Henryville, Ind. Dozens of people were killed as severe weather and tornados ripped through the South and Midwest on Friday.
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    Marta Righthouse, right, cries as she hugs her neighbor Debbie Gilbert in Marysville, Ind., Saturday, March 3, 2012. Massive thunderstorms, predicted by forecasters for days, threw off dozens of tornadoes as they raced Friday from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    From left, Amos Calloway, Steve Burnett and his wife Rhonda Burnett look towards the hills after a tornado ripped through the Burnett's welding business outside of New Pekin, Ind., Friday.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    Emergency workers go door-to-door checking for survivors along College Street following an apparent tornado touchdown in Henryville, Ind., Friday, March 2, 2012.
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  • Tornadoes Slam US

    This Thursday, March 1, 2012 satellite image provided by GeoEye shows the path of a tornado, diagonal from bottom left to upper right, which struck Harrisburg, Ill. The twister killed six people before dawn Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012. Powerful storms stretching from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes wrecked several Indiana towns and killed at least 13 people Friday, March 2, 2012.
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  • Tornadoes Continue to Pummel Midwest, South

    Debris litters the front of the Henryville Middle School, which received extensive damage from storms that rolled through the area Friday, March 2, 2012, in Henryville, Ind.
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  • Tornadoes Continue to Pummel Midwest, South

    An employee of Henryville High School examines the remains of the building following severe storms Friday, March 2, 2012, in Henryville, Ind.
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  • Tornadoes Continue to Pummel Midwest, South

    A semitrailer lies on its side in front of the remains of a gas station following severe storms Friday, March 2, 2012, in Henryville, Ind.
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  • Tornadoes Continue to Pummel Midwest, South

    Hail stones, some as large as baseballs, litter the ground in front of a destroyed home following severe storms Friday, March 2, 2012, in Henryville, Ind.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the South and Midwest

    A funnel cloud begins to form over the Canebrake Subdivision of Athens, Ala., Friday, March 2, 2012. Homes were damaged and utilities were interrupted when several suspected tornadoes struck Limestone County.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the South and Midwest

    Downed power lines and damaged trees run along a road in Harvest, Ala., Friday, March 2, 2012. Reported tornadoes destroyed several houses in northern Alabama as storms threatened more twisters across the region Friday.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the Midwest On Leap Day

    Debris covers cars in front of a severely damaged home in East Limestone County, Ala., Friday, March 2, 2012.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the Midwest On Leap Day

    Greg Cook hands his dog, Coco, to Donnie Watts inside the destroyed home in Limestone County, Ala., Friday, March 2, 2012.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the Midwest On Leap Day

    Several homes in Athens, Ala., have their roofs damaged or blown off on Friday, March 2, 2012.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the Midwest On Leap Day

    A child's stuffed animal lies in the debris littered around Harveyville, Kan. About a dozen people were injured but none were killed.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the Midwest On Leap Day

    This house in Harveyville, Kansas is missing its second story after an EF-2 tornado with winds up to 135 MPH tore through nearly half the homes in town, March 1, 2012.
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  • Severe Weather Pummels the Midwest On Leap Day

    Cars were flipped like toys when a tornado slammed Harveyville, Kansas, March. 1, 2012.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Residents gather the morning after severe storms destroyed several homes and businesses in Harveyville, Kan., Feb. 29, 2012.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    D.L. Douglas, 80, surveys the damage to a barn near his house northeast of Puxico, Mo., after a storm ripped through the area around 4 a.m., Feb. 29, 2012. Douglas and his wife survived without injuries, but a resident of a nearby mobile home died from injuries he suffered when the trailer was lifted and moved about 80 yards from its original location.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Residents talk in front of a home after severe storms destroyed several homes and businesses in Harveyville, Kan., Feb. 29, 2012.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Storm debris is piled near the entrance to the Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theater in Branson, Mo, Feb. 29, 2012. A powerful storm system lashed the Midwest early Wednesday, roughing up the country music resort city of Branson and laying waste to a small town in Kansas.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Margaret Shimkus, 61, talks with an emergency responder about her condition, Feb. 29, 2012, at her home in Harrisburg, Ill., after an early morning tornado ripped through the town. Shimkus, who took refuge in her bathtub, sustained a minor cut from the early morning storm, but Dorothy Hill, her neighbor in the duplex home, was taken to a hospital with injuries.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Damage is seen early morning Feb. 29, 2012 in the town of Harveyville in Wabaunsee County Kansas after an apparent tornado passed through the town Tuesday night. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback declared a state of emergency late Tuesday after an apparent tornado struck Harveyville, part of a powerful storm system that pounded the state's midsection.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Lindsey Kidd surveys the damage to her boyfriend's parents' home outside Puxico, Mo., Feb. 29, 2012, after a storm ripped through the area. A powerful storm system lashed the Midwest early Wednesday, roughing up the country music resort city of Branson and laying waste to a small town in Kansas.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    In this image made with a cell phone, damage is seen to a strip mall in Harrisburg, Ill., after a severe storm swept through the area early morning, Feb. 29, 2012. A hospital administrator in Harrisburg says at least three people were killed in the storm that swept through the region.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Emergency crews comb through some of the damage after a severe storm hit in the early morning hours, Feb. 29, 2012, in Harrisrbug, Ill. A severe pre-dawn storm pounded portions of southern Illinois on Wednesday. Several deaths have been reported in Harrisburg and left the city's medical center scrambling to treat an influx of injured, the hospital's top administrator said.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Sherry Cousins and her brother Bruce Wallace of Hollister, Mo., sit in the wreckage of their secondhand store in Branson, Mo, Feb. 29, 2012. A powerful storm system that produced multiple reports of tornadoes lashed the Midwest early Wednesday, roughing up the country music resort city of Branson.
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  • Leap Day Tornado Outbreak

    Debris lies around the Midtown Cafe, Feb. 29, 2012, in Branson, Mo. A powerful storm system lashed the Midwest early Wednesday, roughing up the country music resort city of Branson and laying waste to a small town in Kansas.
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