Aftermath of US tornadoes

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An upturned truck lies under a tree that has lost most of its branches, following a tornado near Vilonia, Arkansas, at sunset. (Reuters Photo)

An upturned truck lies under a tree that has lost most of its branches, following a tornado near Vilonia, Arkansas, at sunset. (Reuters Photo)

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Ken Sullivan, general manager of We Willies Super Auto Wash, looks over the damage after a tornado yesterday tore through Arkansas for the second time in three years. (AFP Photo)

Ken Sullivan, general manager of We Willies Super Auto Wash, looks over the damage after a tornado yesterday tore through Arkansas for the second time in three years. (AFP Photo)

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A US flag flies over a suburban area that was destroyed after a tornado near Vilonia, Arkansas. (Reuters Photo)

A US flag flies over a suburban area that was destroyed after a tornado near Vilonia, Arkansas. (Reuters Photo)

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A homeowner gets hug of support from a neighbor after a tornado destroyed her home in Tupelo, Mississippi. (AP Photo)

A homeowner gets hug of support from a neighbor after a tornado destroyed her home in Tupelo, Mississippi. (AP Photo)

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Fallen trees are seen along a creek seen in this aerial picture in Mayflower, Arkansas. (Reuters Photo)

Fallen trees are seen along a creek seen in this aerial picture in Mayflower, Arkansas. (Reuters Photo)

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Storm chaser video photographer Brad Mac films rotating clouds from a tornado storm in Louisville, Mississippi in on a second day of ferocious storms. (Reuters Photo)

Storm chaser video photographer Brad Mac films rotating clouds from a tornado storm in Louisville, Mississippi in on a second day of ferocious storms. (Reuters Photo)

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Lighting strikes from a TVS (tornadic vortex signature) storm in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Reuters Photo)

Lighting strikes from a TVS (tornadic vortex signature) storm in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Reuters Photo)

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