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Tornados, Storms' Death Toll Hits 345 in South; 2nd Deadliest Outbreak In U.S.
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The death toll of the southern storms hit 345 today, making it the second deadliest twister outbreak in U.S. history, after the devastating storms of March 1925, when 747 people were killed in tornadoes that raged through Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. Alabama was by far the hardest hit of the seven states in the storms' wake. In Alabama alone, already 1,700 people have been injured by the storms, according to Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley. The official state death toll hit 248, according to Alabama emergency officials. The National Weather Service categorized Wednesday afternoon's tornado in Smithville, Miss., as an EF-5, reserved for only the fiercest and most devastating of tornadoes. James LaDue, a meteorologist at the Warning Decision Training Branch, says EF-5s are worse than hurricanes and in terms of damage potential equal the tsunami that struck Japan in March. "It is capable of completely sweeping away one- and two-story houses, leaving nothing left but the basement itself," LaDue said. "It's also capable of turning vehicles into missiles.

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