Tornados Devastate South

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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, residents wander the steets near downtown Tuscaloosa surveying the damage on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, Kelly Giddens (R) helps University of Alabama law student Daniel Hinton remove belongings from his destroyed home in the Cedar Crest neighborhood on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
TUSCALOOSA, AL - APRIL 28: Businesses and homes near downtown Tuscaloosa sit destroyed in the wake of a tornado on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, University of Alabama senior Bradley Dorsett carries his belongings from his damaged apartment on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, Tuscaloosa Department of Transportation employee Casey Wallace tries to clear a road off 15th Street of power lines on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, owner Frank Evans stands on the rubble that was the Quik Pawn Shop on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, Dennis Hinton removes belongings from his destroyed home in the Cedar Crest neighborhood on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, (L-R) University of Alabama students Andrew Fowler, Daniel Hinton and Dennis Hinton load up a truck full of belongings from their destroyed home in the Cedar Crest neighborhood on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, University of Alabama student Ashley Gorman surveys the damage to a friend's home in the Cedar Crest neighborhood on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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(credit: Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)
Tornadoes Rip Through Alabama
In the aftermath of a severe tornado, debris from homes in the Cedar Crest neighborhood that were destroyed lies on the lawns on April 28, 2011 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As of 8 a.m., at least 131 deaths were accounted for in Alabama. The tornado that touched down in Tuscaloosa is estimated to be one mile wide.
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