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Deadly Tornadoes Touch Down in US

Tornadoes spawned by powerful storms have raked several states across the United States, causing at least 14 deaths and widespread destruction. Officials in the town of Marysville, in the midwestern state of Indiana, are quoted as saying the town is "completely gone" following the tornado outbreak.

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Several homes lie demolished next to other homes that were untouched, March 3, 2012, in Holton, Indiana, by a tornado that swept along the main street. (AP)
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Several homes lie demolished next to other homes that were untouched, March 3, 2012, in Holton, Indiana, by a tornado that swept along the main street. (AP)

A bedroom is seen after a tornado ripped the roof and walls off from a home in Charlotte, North Carolina, March 3, 2012. (Reuters)
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A bedroom is seen after a tornado ripped the roof and walls off from a home in Charlotte, North Carolina, March 3, 2012. (Reuters)

Residents of Marysville, Indiana, survey the tornado damage to their homes, March 2, 2012. (AP)
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Residents of Marysville, Indiana, survey the tornado damage to their homes, March 2, 2012. (AP)

Vehicles, including two police cruisers, are piled up in front of the West Liberty City Hall following a tornado strike, in West Liberty, Kentucky. It was the second tornado to hit the town in a week. (APl)
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Vehicles, including two police cruisers, are piled up in front of the West Liberty City Hall following a tornado strike, in West Liberty, Kentucky. It was the second tornado to hit the town in a week. (APl)

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