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Update:70 tornados strike the heartland

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Photo: One of more than 70 tornadoes to hit America in the last 48 hours touches down in fields outside Silverton, Texas
A huge spring storm unfurled more than 70 tornados across six American states, killing four people and injuring more than a dozen, US media reported today.
The succession of tornados, which caused deaths in Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas and damage in Illinois, Kansas and Nebraska, began on Wednesday evening and continued until yesterday afternoon, hurling down snow, rain and outsized hailstones across a broad belt of American plains.
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