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Deadly storm flattens homes in the South

CBS News Friday, 19 April 2019
Nearly 45 million Americans are in the path of a deadly storm that's been tearing through the southern Plains for three days. The destructive system is blamed for at least two deaths. It spawned multiple tornadoes while dumping heavy rain and uprooting trees. Omar Villafranca reports from Morton, Mississippi.
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News video: Massive Storm Claims At Least 5 Lives, Destroying Homes Across Southeast U.S.

Massive Storm Claims At Least 5 Lives, Destroying Homes Across Southeast U.S. 01:33

The storm dumped heavy rain as it moved into the northeast, causing dangers flooding in some spots.

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