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2011 - Deadly Tornadoes

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  • Nature can be cruel...
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  • Being from Alabama and having friends in Tuscaloosa and Birmingham, this outbreak was horrific. Working at the hospital this day, we had one to fly over the hospital and that is the one that hit Eclectic..

    Even though pictures give us a idea of the destruction, one has to see personally to fully comprehend the destruction.
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  • ...el poder de la naturaleza en acción...Dios conceda fortaleza y resignación a todos esos seres humanos que de una forma u otra se vieron afectados. Excelente ficha de colección tu presentación...gracias.
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  • Es terrible ver los desastres que causan las fuerzas de la naturaleza, creo que es una manera de avisarnos, del la destrucción a la que la sometemos los hombres.
    ¡¡ Felicitaciones !!
    Abrazos Loly.
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2011 - Deadly Tornadoes

  1. 1. 2011 Tornadoes Euless, Texas Joplin, Missouri Piedmont, Oklahoma Joplin, Missouri Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
  2. 2. June 1, 2011 Springfield, Massachusetts <ul><li>At least two tornadoes swept through western and central Massachusetts Wednesday, sending debris slamming into buildings and killing four people. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Springfield, Massachusetts
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  17. 20. May 22, 2011 Tornadoes plague the Midwest <ul><li>A deadly spring continued in the American South and Midwest as more tornadoes cut swaths of destruction through Missouri and Minnesota. As much as 30 percent of the town was damaged. In Minneapolis, a tornado killed one resident as it caused heavy damage and led to school closures and a curfew. </li></ul><ul><li>The death toll has risen to 139 following the tornado that ripped into Joplin, Mo., destroying or damaging homes, a hospital and commercial buildings in its path. Oklahoma and Texas were also hammered by damaging twisters. </li></ul>
  18. 21. Joplin, Missouri
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  25. 28. Joplin Regional Medical Center in Joplin, Mo.
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  27. 30. St. John's hospital in Joplin, Mo.
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  35. 40. El Reno, Oklahoma
  36. 41. Joplin, Missouri
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  42. 47. Falcon Lake area of Piedmont, Oklahoma
  43. 48. Joplin, Missouri
  44. 52. Minneapollis
  45. 53. Joplin, Missouri
  46. 54. Minneapollis
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  52. 61. Denning, Alaska
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  56. 65. Minneapolis
  57. 66. April 27, 2011 Alabama tornadoes <ul><li>Tornadoes tear through Alabama; more than 200 dead across South. </li></ul><ul><li>Devastation is widespread across Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia and Virginia as officials begin an intense search-and-rescue effort in the wake of the ‘catastrophic’ weather. The death toll is expected to rise. </li></ul>
  58. 68. Cottondale, Alabama
  59. 69. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  60. 71. Pratt City, Alabama
  61. 74. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  62. 75. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
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  65. 78. Eclectic, Alabama
  66. 79. Pratt City, Alabama
  67. 80. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  68. 81. Ringgold, Georgia
  69. 82. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  70. 83. Pratt City, Alabama
  71. 84. Phil Campbell, Alabama
  72. 85. Tuscaloosa, Alabama
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  77. 92. Concord, Alabama
  78. 93. April 16, 2011 North Carolina <ul><li>A ferocious storm system with killer twisters ripped through the South, killing at least 45 people across six states. </li></ul><ul><li>A tornado flattened most homes in Fayetteville, N.C. Homes and businesses were badly damaged by a severe storm system that whipped across North Carolina, bringing flash floods, hail, and reports of tornadoes from the western hills to the streets of Raleigh. </li></ul>
  79. 94. Fayetteville, North Carolina
  80. 95. Tushka, Oklahoma
  81. 96. Fayetteville, North Carolina
  82. 97. Deltaville, Virginia.
  83. 98. Baptist Church in Boone's Chapel, Alabama.
  84. 99. Askewville, North Carolina
  85. 100. Fayetteville, North Carolina
  86. 101. April 10, 2011 Mapleton, Iowa Tornado <ul><li>A large tornado flattened a grain elevator and destroyed homes and buildings on its weekend rampage through this small western Iowa town. Authorities reported no serious injuries. </li></ul>
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