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  • Tornadoes Rip Through Oklahoma

    A series of tornadoes tore through Oklahoma City and Kansas killing five people and injuring dozens more May 10, 2010. The violent storms flattened homes, toppled tractor-trailers and downed power lines.
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  • Tornadoes Rip Through Oklahoma

    Twisters hit the swath of the southern Plains known as Tornado Alley, ripping through buildings and homes. Winds were estimated at 150 miles per hour with the destruction killing at least five and injuring dozens more throughout the Midwest.
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  • Tornadoes Rip Through Oklahoma

    Tens of thousands of people from Kansas to Oklahoma were left without power in the wake of tornadoes that hit the southern Plains May 10, 2010.
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  • Tornadoes Rip Through Oklahoma

    The southern Plains tornadoes temporarily shut down major interstates in Kansas and Oklahoma with wind estimated at 150 miles per hour, overturning tractor-trailers. Witnesses reported baseball-sized hail.
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