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  • May 26: Curt Deppert tosses clothes out of his Hugo, Minn., home after violent storms killed six people in Iowa and one in this St. Paul suburb.
  • May 26: Todd Hanson sits on the stoop of what's left of a home in Hugo, Minn., following the severe weather that swept through on Sunday.
  • May 26: Gov. Tim Pawlenty walks amidst the debris of flattened homes as he surveys the damage in Hugo, Minn. The storm that struck Hugo was one of several that battered the Midwest on Sunday, including a tornado that killed seven in northeast Iowa.
  • May 26: A resident looks through her belongings in Parkersburg, Iowa, a day after a tornado struck the town.
  • May 26: Residents survey the damage outside their house in Parkersburg, Iowa, a day after a tornado struck the town.
  • May 26: A tree sits uprooted on the front lawn of a damaged house in Parkersburg, Iowa, a day after a tornado struck the town.
  • May 26: Residents search through belongings in Parkersburg, Iowa, a day after a tornado struck the town
  • May 26: An onlooker takes a moment to survey damage in Parkersburg, Iowa, a day after a tornado struck the town.
  • May 26: A tattered American flag sits atop a mound of debris at a destroyed convenience store in Parkersburg, Iowa, a day after a tornado struck the town.
  • May 25: A home damaged by a severe thunderstorm is seen in front of of a neighbor's home that was spared in Hugo, Minn. At least 20 people were unaccounted for after a swift storm blew through the St. Paul suburb of Hugo, damaging about four dozen homes, City Administrator Mike Ericson said. Many of them could be out of town for the holiday weekend, he said. Ericson said a 2-year-old child died. Residents reported a tornado touching down in the area, but that hadn't been confirmed by the National Weather Service.
  • May 25: Craig McKinney speaks on his mobile phone after a severe thunderstorm and possible tornado passed through his Hugo, Minn. neighborhood, destroying his neighbor's home, rear. McKinney's home also suffered extensive damage in the storm. McKinney, his wife Nicole and four young children all were unharmed, and huddled together in the stairwell in the lowest level of the house as the deck was ripped off, picture windows blew out and hail pounded on the house.
  • May 25: Farm vehicles tossed by the tornado lie upside-down near a demolished farm house outside of Parkersburg, Iowa. The family that lived in the house was out of town on Sunday when the tornado hit. Parkersburg was restricted by the Iowa State Patrol to emergency vehicles only in the hours after the storm.
  • May 24: A sow nurses her piglets after a tornado destroyed four farrowing barns at Seaboard Farm No. 62, one mile north of Lacey, Okla. A slow-moving storm packing tornadoes and hail battered rural Oklahoma on Saturday, destroying several buildings, tearing up trees and tossing a mobile home onto a highway.
  • May 24: Potter Church, southeast of Douglas, Okla., was destroyed as a supercell spawned several tornadoes in Kingfisher, Garfield, Logan, and Payne counties.
  • May 24: Denice Bevan boxes items salvaged from the home of Mike and Jana Lamb after a Friday evening tornado destroyed their home near Macksville, Kan. Authorities checking on a car stranded in a field Saturday morning found two people killed by a powerful storm that raked the state a day earlier with at least 17 tornadoes.
  • May 24: Mike Augustine, center, hugs his nieces, Ashley Augustine, left, and Beth Augustine, right, after surviving a double dose of tornado destruction southwest of Ellis, Kan., the night before. Back to back tornadoes caused damage to several of the family's farmsteads associated with their farming and dairy operations in rural Trego County, Kansas. The tornadoes completely leveled one of their homes, damaged 3 others and destroyed numerous outbuildings, including one of their milking barns.
  • May 23: Peggy Beardmore cleans up around her son's car after Thursday's tornado in Windsor, Colo.
  • May 23: Diane Cline digs through debris left over from a tornado that passed through her property Thursday in Platteville, Colo.
  • May 23: Terry Wiedeman walks around the remains of his a grain bin that was taken away by a tornado that passed through his farm the day before in Gilcrest, Colo.
  • May 23: A for sale sign is posted in the window of a car crushed by a tree during a tornado in Windsor, Colo.
  • May 23: Railcars sit damaged in Windsor, Colo. after a tornado struck the area.
  • May 23: Tawnya Snyder cleans up debris from a tornado that hit the day before on her property in Platteville, Colo.
  • May 23: Members of the U.S. Civil Air Patrol from Loveland, Colo., load boxes of prepared meals to distribute to nursing homes in the area following the a tornado in Windsor, Colo.
  • May 23: Rubble lies about the exterior of the Windmill day care center in Windsor, Colo. the day after a tornado struck the area.
  • May 23: Debris hangs from a tree as police block the road into a neighborhood struck by a tornado in Windsor, Colo.
  • May 23: Mike Canon removes limbs from a tree that was blown onto a house after yesterday's tornado that hit Windsor, Colo.

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