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Tornado damages Arkansas town, storm hits Midwest

At least one tornado touched down in Dumas, Arkansas, on Saturday, injuring a number of people and destroying much of the small town’s business district, while a strong winter storm moved across Colorado and into the Midwest. A line of thunderstorms and at least one and possibly two tornadoes struck at about 3 p.m. in Dumas, about 85 miles (135 km) southeast of Little Rock. “We have lots of injuries, lots. But no reports of fatalities thus far. That’s something of a miracle,” said Tina Owens, spokeswoman for the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management. Full Story

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