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This NOAA satellite image taken Thursday, May 3, 2007 at 1:15 a.m. EDT shows dense cloud cover over Texas where intense thunderstorms dropped massive hail and spawned several tornadoes on Wednesday. (AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND)
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DALLAS - Days of deadly storms flooded roads, damaged homes and knocked down trees in Texas, and about 200,000 homes and businesses remained in the dark Thursday.
At least three people have been killed — two hit by lightning and a third stuck in a submerged car.
High wind, heavy rain and lightning and zero visibility shut down Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport for more than an hour Wednesday. Forty flights were canceled, a dozen were diverted and others were delayed.
Wind gusts of up to 100 mph were reported in Terrell, east of Dallas, the
National Weather Service said.
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