Tornado Leaves Long Path of Destruction in South

New York Times: The tornado — dark, wide and roaring — had already raced through about a half-dozen counties by the time it arrived here in Marshall County on Wednesday night and took the first lives of its long rampage. But it was only on Thursday, after a day of storms that killed at least 14 people while they ravaged the rural South, that the magnitude of the natural trauma became clear. “I have neighbors, but I don’t know where they’re at because there’s nothing where their houses used to be,” said Cedric......

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