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Tornado warning in Alabama in effect for Cullman, Ala., Good Hope, Ala. and Holly Pond, Ala. - National Weather Service

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News video: Possible Tornado Kills 3 In Alabama As Storms Cross South

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Three people were killed in a mobile home and more injured throughout the community, as a possible tornado hit the small town of Rosalie, Alabama. Anthony Clifton, DeKalb County Emergency Management Director said "Those that were injured at the day care center had left their mobile home to seek...

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