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Deadly Storms Strike Alabama

At least two people died and more than 100 were injured in Alabama after severe thunderstorms pounded the South and Midwest, leaving thousands without power and prompting tornado warnings in a handful of states.

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Two banks in Center Point, Alabama suffered extensive damage, resulting in increased security to discourage looting.

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Utility crews restoring power lines after tornado that ripped through Center Point, Alabama.

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Tornado-damaged shopping center in Center Point, Alabama.

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Jan. 23: Residents and volunteers search for valuables in their destroyed homes in Oak Grove, Ala.

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Jan. 23: Residents walk around through the debris as a severe storm ripped through the Trussville area.

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Jan. 23: Residents look over the remains of their homes in Oak Grove, Ala.

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Jan. 23: The owner of this home in Oak Grove, Ala., was killed during a storm. Jefferson County sheriff's spokesman Randy Christian said the storm produced a possible tornado that moved across northern Jefferson County around 3:30 a.m., causing damage in Oak Grove, Graysville, Fultondale, Center Point, Clay and Trussville.

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Jan. 23: Russ Butler hugs his wife, Amber, as their friends and neighbors begin the cleanup process in Oak Grove, Ala.

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Jan. 23: Residents comb through debris looking for personal belongings after a severe storm and possible tornado ripped through the Georgebrook subdivision area in Trussville, Ala.

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Deadly Storms Strike Alabama

At least two people died and more than 100 were injured in Alabama after severe thunderstorms pounded the South and Midwest, leaving thousands without power and prompting tornado warnings in a handful of states.

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