Winds of Destruction: Tornadoes crush US towns

A string of tornadoes in middle-America leaves people dead and missing, and leave a destructive path of remains throughout.

    Just two days after 'supercell storms' killed at least 122 people, at least six more are dead and many more missing.

    Missouri's tornado is the deadliest in the US in 60 years, leaving the town of Joplin destroyed.

    Hundreds of people have been left homeless, and many are living in shelter provided by the American Red Cross.

    Families are regrouping and searching for loved ones, and while many people are missing, families fear the worst.


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