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Jennifer Adair holds her two children, Lily, left, and Josh, at their home in Athens, Ala. Tuesday, April 26, 2016. In Limestone County April 27, 2011, four people died in the storms, among the 234 killed statewide. Adair is one of the survivors. She recalls pieces of her home in Limestone County whipping across her back as an EF5 tornado roared above her. She said she felt the pull of the winds as she screamed for protection. (Jeronimo Nisa/The Decatur Daily via AP)

Jennifer Adair holds her two children, Lily, left, and Josh, at their home in Athens, Ala. Tuesday, April 26, 2016. In Limestone County April 27, 2011, four people died in the storms, among the 234 killed statewide. Adair is one of the survivors. She recalls pieces of her home in Limestone County whipping across her back as an EF5 tornado roared above her. She said she felt the pull of the winds as she screamed for protection. (Jeronimo Nisa/The Decatur Daily via AP)

Tornade aux Etats-Unis

1 January 1970

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