Tornadoes tear destructive path through South, Midwest – CBS News
An outbreak of tornadoes hit parts of the Midwest and South, laying a path of destruction in their wake. The tornado that struck Arkansas was a half-mile wide with winds up to 136 mph. The same storm system spawned tornadoes in Oklahoma and Kansas, leveling homes and scattering debris for miles. Dean Reynolds reports.
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