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At Least 3 Killed as Severe Weather Strikes Mississippi, Officials Say

NYTimes.com Monday, 13 April 2020
The storm tore a destructive path across parts of the South, where a tornado in northeastern Louisiana damaged houses and commercial buildings.
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