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Brisbane storms leave two people hospitalised and thousands without power before heatwave

The Age Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Two people were injured and almost 10,000 homes were without power for a time after dangerous thunderstorms swept through south east Queensland.
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Alabama and Tennessee were assessing the damage Wednesday from severe storms overnight that killed five people and injured dozens across the two states. Search and rescue teams were combing McMinn County, Tennessee, after a tornado touched down there and injured up to 23 people, the Tennessee...

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