Violent storms that tore through the central U.S. killed five people and injured dozens more, leaving behind flattened homes, toppled semitrailers and downed power lines.
Oklahoma City Deputy Fire Chief Cecil Clay refused to rule out the possibility of finding more dead but said conditions were tough for rescue workers Tuesday.
"We have heavy fog (and) power lines down making it difficult to see all the hazards out there," he said.
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