Storms continue slamming US South after killing at least 18

By REUTERS
January 23, 2017 15:37

 
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TAMPA, Fla., Jan 23 - A dangerous weekend weather system killed at least 18 people in the US South, with Georgia officials reporting more than a dozen deaths on Sunday after severe thunderstorms and tornadoes buffeted several states.

Seven people died in Cook County, Georgia, state emergency managers said, with a mobile home park particularly hard hit, according to reports. Photos showed collapsed buildings, destroyed rooftops, toppled trees and debris-littered fields.

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