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US Storms 3 - Storm damage in badly-hit state of Tennessee
04/03/2006
APTN
VSAP479732A
NAME: US STORM 3 20060403Ix TAPE: EF06/0286 IN_TIME: 10:37:45:19 DURATION: 00:02:08:06 SOURCES: ABC DATELINE: Near Newbern, Tennessee - 3 Apr 2006 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: ABC (via NNS - WREG-TV, CBS) - No access Internet ++ AERIAL SHOTS, VIDEO QUALITY AS INCOMING +++ 1. Destroyed home 2. Collapsed church 3. Parking lot of collapsed church 4. Various destroyed farm home 5. Collapsed roof on volunteer fire department 6. Various damaged homes STORYLINE: Thunderstorms packing tornadoes and hail as big as oranges ripped through eight states across the Midwest of the United States on Monday, killing at least 23 people, injuring scores and destroying hundreds of homes. A weather service's Storm Prediction Centre in the state of Oklahoma said it had preliminary reports of 63 tornadoes. Tennessee state was hardest hit, with tornadoes striking five counties on Sunday, the National Weather Service said. Most of the state's 19 deaths were reported along one 25-mile path, from Newbern east to Bradford. The Highway Patrol sent teams to the area Monday with search dogs. Severe thunderstorms, many producing tornadoes, also struck parts of Iowa, Kentucky, Arkansas, Missouri, Ohio, Illinois and Indiana. Strong wind was blamed for at least three deaths in Missouri. A clothing store collapsed in southern Illinois, killing one man. Tennessee officials estimated that 1,200 buildings were damaged in one of the counties.
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