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Nation remained relatively unscathed in the wake of the devastating storms that rocked Alabama and the surrounding areas...Nothing much worth noting at Talladega Superspeedway, fortunate to have escaped the wrath of nature twice in the span of a few
May 3, 2011 The recent tornadic destruction and loss of lives across the United States echoes another era more than 100 years ago a time when humans began trying to outwit and even defeat tornadoes. In the 1880s, American newspapers were peppered
Follow JewishJournal.com on Pleasant Grove, Alabama, devastation all around. This morning we went to Pleasant Grove Alabama, a town outside of Birmingham that was devastated by the recent tornadoes. There are no words to describe what we saw except
A former Spring Valley resident was one mile away from last week's tornado pathway that devastated the city of Tuscaloosa, Ala. On Saturday, Chris Kromparhdt, a graduate student at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, talked about his experience,
Page modified May 2, 2011 at 6:47 AM Storm survivors in South turn to faith, feds Southerners turning to their faith to make sense of the devastation left behind by the second deadliest tornado outbreak in U.S. history also will be counting on the
AP / Carolyn Kaster Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling. "I have never seen devastation like this...this is heartbreaking...We're going to make sure you're not forgotten." -President Barack Obama on visiting cities destroyed by tornadoes. "
Hundreds of deaths span several states, the highest death count, in Alabama, with endless miles of devastation."You've got people under rubble and it'll take some time to get through all that area," said Lynn Felsch of The American Red Cross in
At least 342 people died in seven southern states of the United States, struck Wednesday by severe thunderstorms and tornadoes, according to a new official report issued Saturday night. Alabama, where Barack Obama visited Friday night, is the
Skip Warm sat behind the wheel of an emergency response truck on Saturday. He looked out the window at the streets of Birmingham, Ala., where homes had become rubble and trees were snapped in half. "It's absolute and complete devastation," he said. "
President Hu Jintao extended condolences to his US counterpart, Barack Obama, on Saturday over the devastating tornados that swept through southern United States this week. Hu expressed his deep sympathy and condolences to Obama, and through him to