3 doz tornadoes, high winds and hail battered 5 U.S. states on Friday,

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(Reuters) - Tornadoes, high winds and hail battered the U.S. midsection on Friday, with reports of nearly three dozen tornadoes causing damage across five states and prompting urgent warnings to take cover across the region.

No deaths were reported, but seven people were hurt by suspected tornadoes in northern Alabama. Additional tornado sightings were reported to the National Weather Service in southeastern Tennessee, and along the Ohio River Valley in Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/03/02/us-usa-tornadoes-idUSTRE81S2AD20120302

 

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Comment by mystery on March 2, 2012 at 6:53pm

Have they been playing the H.A.R.R.P for the sheeple again? Baaad controllers, baaad controllers!

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