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Severe Storms in South Kill 2, High Winds Still Threatening

By    |   Tuesday, 14 Oct 2014 05:40 AM

Forecasters were warning residents along a wide arc in the South to brace for strong winds early Tuesday that could bring down trees and cause power outages and flooding after severe storms that had raced through the Midwest earlier in the week left two people dead.

The Associated Press reported meteorologist Joe Goudsward with the weather service in Little Rock as saying a tornado that touched down near Ashdown in Arkansas early Monday killed a man, injured his wife and destroyed their home.

In Alabama, Walker County Coroner J.C. Poe said a tree fell on a mobile home about 25 miles northwest of Birmingham, killing a 75-year-old woman and injuring her husband.

There were unconfirmed reports of tornadoes touching down in Western Tennessee on Monday night.

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Forecasters were warning residents along a wide arc in the South to brace for strong winds early Tuesday that could bring down trees and cause power outages and flooding after severe storms that had raced through the Midwest earlier in the week left two people dead.
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