Tornadoes Leave 2 Dead in Midwest

More than 20 twisters strike Kan., Okla.
By Neal Colgrass,  Newser Staff
Posted May 24, 2008 7:52 PM CDT
Tornadoes Leave 2 Dead in Midwest
Residents remove personal items and valuables from their tornado damaged homes after a tornado hit the area earlier in the week, Saturday, May 24, 2008 in Windsor, Colo.   (AP Photo/Bill Ross)

Kansas authorities uncovered two bodies from a crumpled car today after nearly 20 tornadoes whipped through the state yesterday, the AP reports. Several more twisters landed in the countryside of northwestern Oklahoma, leveling a few barns, and Colorado residents are returning to the town of Windsor today after twisters damaged 596 homes there. (More tornado stories.)

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