Heat-fueled thunderstorm kills 2 in Midwest

A 770-mile long storm known as a ‘derecho’ has killed at least two in the Midwest, ripping roofs off buildings and leaving millions without power.
0:20 | 08/11/20

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Midwest is really tonight from that dangerous and now deadly line of thunderstorms wins over a hundred miles per hour in some places left a million without power satellite image while. Shows this massive thunderstorms called Drake show a stretching across 770. Miles those winds ripping the roof off. A building in Chicago's lakeshore drive. Storm taking at least two lives.

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