At least 37 dead as tornadoes batter American Midwest

Independent: A string of violent tornadoes touched down across the United States, flattening small towns from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes, cutting off rural communities and killing more than 30 people. Yesterday, as daylight allowed mile after mile of wreckage to be sifted, the death toll was rising. An unknown number of people are still missing. Searches in Indiana led to the discovery of a two-year-old girl lying alone in a cornfield. It was thought that she had been sucked up and swept across land......

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