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‘It Felt Like a Bomb’: Arkansas, Oklahoma Storms Kill at Least 9


“TUSHKA, Okla. — Violent storms ripped across Oklahoma and Arkansas overnight, killing nine people including three children, and cutting a path of destruction through Arkansas’s largest city of Little Rock.

Tornadoes killed two people in Oklahoma, both in the small southeastern town of Tushka where the only school was leveled, authorities said.

In Arkansas, seven people were killed as the storms hit early on Friday morning.

A six-year-old boy was crushed to death by a tree in the town of Bald Knob.

A father and an 18-month-old girl died in Garland County when a tree struck by lightning fell on their home…”  Read more.

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