Time - A line of tornados that swept through the Midwestern and southern U.S. Friday is responsible for at least 37 deaths across four states. Ohio, Alabama, Kentucky and Indiana were pummeled as raging thunderstorms stirred up tornadoes that wiped out entire towns. Among the most devastated areas was southern Indiana, where a strong twister led to extreme damage. “Marysville is completely gone,” said Clark County Sheriff’s Department Maj. Chuck Adams upon surveying the damage Friday afternoon. And videos from residents and news stations alike show just how widespread the destruction was. - Go To Story
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