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Politik
03/04/2012

Neue Tornado-Serie wütet in den USA

39 Tote, Hunderte Verletzte - die grausame Bilanz einer Sturm-Serie, die über den Mittleren Westen des Landes zog.

Zerstörung nach der Tornadoserie

Zerstörung nach dem Tornado

Zerstörung nach der Tornadoserie

Zerstörung nach der Tornadoserie)

Zerstörung nach der Tornadoserie

APA man carries a box as people try to salvage what they can after a tornado destroyed homes in their neighborhood Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, in Harrisburg, Ill. The tornado that blasted Harrisburg, killing six, was an EF4, the second-highest rating given

APPatty Ferrell, of Herod, Ill., is overcome with emotion after finding the nursing scrubs that are on the hanger that belonged to her daughter, Jaylynn Ferrell, 22, who was killed in a tornado that struck Harrisburg, Ill., on Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012. T

APFrom left, Alli Ferrell, 10, and cousin Christian Murray, 12, sit on the front porch, as Lindsey Murray, 15, of Harrisburg, Ill., paints "for sale fixer upper" on the side of the home of their grandmother, Sharon Murray, 61, after a tornado destroyed th

APPeople try to salvage what they can after a tornado destroyed homes in their neighborhood Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, in Harrisburg, Ill. The tornado that blasted Harrisburg, killing six, was an EF4, the second-highest rating given to twisters based on da

REUTERSA view of the tornado damaged Hilton Hotel in Branson, Missouri, February 29, 2012. Powerful storms that spawned tornadoes ripped through the U.S. Midwest, killing at least six people in an Illinois town, three more in Missouri, and smashing homes

REUTERSThe cab of a truck is submerged in the middle of a pond after being deposited there by a tornado in Harrisburg, Illinois, February 29, 2012. Powerful storms ripped through the Midwest, obliterating homes, churches and businesses across five states,

APAmanda Patrick, 31, reacts while talking about her neighbors, the Rann family, who died next door during the tornado that ripped through Harrisburg, Ill. Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012. Patrick survived the storm by crouching in her bathtub. The tornado that

APPeople try to salvage what they can after a tornado destroyed homes in their neighborhood Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, in Harrisburg, Ill. The tornado that blasted Harrisburg, killing six, was an EF4, the second-highest rating given to twisters based on da

REUTERSResidents start to clean up after a tornado in Harrisburg, Illinois, February 29, 2012. Powerful storms ripped through the Midwest, obliterating homes, churches and businesses across five states, authorities said. REUTERS/Tom Gannam (UNITED STATE

REUTERSA view of a sign destroyed by the tornado in Branson, Missouri, February 29, 2012. Powerful storms that spawned tornadoes ripped through the U.S. Midwest, killing at least six people in an Illinois town, three more in Missouri, and smashing homes a

REUTERSD.J. Ferrell searches for his daughters belongings after her home was struck by a tornado in Harrisburg, Illinois, February 29, 2012. Ferrells daughter, Jaylynn Ferrell, 22, is one of six confirmed killed by the tornado. Powerful storms ripped thro

REUTERSThe remains of a mobile home come to rest on top of the house across the street after being struck by a tornado in Harrisburg, Illinois, February 29, 2012. Powerful storms ripped through the Midwest, obliterating homes, churches and businesses acro

REUTERSResidents gather near their destroyed houses after a tornado hit Branson, Missouri, February 29, 2012. Powerful storms that spawned tornadoes ripped through the U.S. Midwest, killing at least six people in an Illinois town, three more in Missouri,

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