Deadly tornadoes slam central US

Tornadoes touched down in the upper Midwest and northern Arkansas on Tuesday, killing at least two people, as a spring-like storm system posed a risk to 45 million people.

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    Damaged house after tornado in Naplate, Illinois.

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    This photo shows a baseball and a hailstone that fell in the backyard a home in Ottawa, Illinois, Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017.

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    Tornadoes touched down in the upper Midwest and northern Arkansas leaving destruction.

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    Tornadoes touched down in Naplate, Illinois, where entire neighborhoods were destroyed.

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    Tornadoes touched down in the upper Midwest and northern Arkansas, killing at least three people.

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