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PHOTOS: Deadly tornadoes tear through 6 states

PHOTOS: Deadly tornadoes tear through 6 states

TWISTERS: The severe weather ripped through two states, causing more than a dozen deaths and widespread damage. Photo: Associated Press

More than two dozen people were killed and 100s injured after tornadoes rip through six states, during two days of severe storms.

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