Photos: Severe Storms Across the South

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Dave Imy, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center, said the number of deaths was the most in a tornado outbreak since 1974, when 315 people died.


A destroyed building in Concord, Alabama. The damage in the area is extensive with homes and businesses destroyed as well as people injured.





(Photo: AP Photo/Birmingham News, Jeff Roberts)

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