Part of a roof sits in the driveway in front of a home in a subdivision damaged in
Bentonville, Arkansas, on Sunday. Several homes and buildings were
damaged by the storm. AP Photo
Residents survey what is left of their home after a one of several tornadoes
generated by a band of severe weather touched down near St. Mary, Mo.,
Sunday, March 12, 2006. Two deaths have been attributed to the tornado.
(AP Photo/Tom Gannam)
Lester Petree stops to smoke a cigarette after a tornado ripped off the roof
of his shed and throwing it on top of his vehicles Sunday, March 12, 2006,
south of Sedalia, Mo. (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)
A funnel cloud is seen near Green Ridge just south of Sedalia, Missouri, on Sunday.
A woman was killed Sunday night when a tornado hit her mobile home near Sedalia.
A mobile home, which fell on a woman killing her, sits on its side after a tornado
Sunday south of Sedalia, Missouri. AP Photo
Mike Fieweger gets a kiss from his 6-month-old puppy, Pepper, on Sunday after
owner and animal were reunited in the aftermath of a Saturday tornado that
destroyed Fieweger’s home in Jefferson County, Missouri. AP Photo
Lindsey Holt, Nicole Richardet and Faye Bohnert, from left, survey the
damage in the area where several houses and mobile homes were
destroyed by a tornado on Sunday in St. Mary, Missouri. AP Photo
Bentonville Fire Department Battalion Chief Kevin Boydston talks on the radio
in front of storm-damaged homes in Arkansas on Sunday. AP Photo
An SUV sits in front of a home damaged by a possible tornado in Bentonville, Ark.,
Sunday, March 12, 2006. Several homes in the subdivision were damaged in the storm,
but there were no reports of injuries. (AP Photo/April L. Brown).
A pile of rubble left from a moblie home sits in a field Monday, March, 13, 2006,
after a tornado blew it from its foundation in Renick, Mo. Four bodies were found in
the rubble of homes near the town of Renick. (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)
A dog on a leash lies on the grass Monday, 13, 2006, in the yard of Lee Starks' house
after a tornado struck last night turning over a school bus that Starks' used for storage
in Renick, Mo. The dog rode out the storm last night in the basement with the rest of the Starks.
Tornados from the storm left four people dead in the small town. (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson).
Monday, 13, 2006, in the home of a woman that was killed after a tornado tore
through it last night in Renick, Mo. Tornados from the storm left four people
dead in the small town. (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)
In this photo released by Benton County Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security,
storm damage in a neighborhood near Bentonville, Ark., is shown Monday, March 13, 2006. Twelve
people were injured in Arkansas when tornadoes struck the area late Sunday.
(AP Photo/Benton county Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, Ethan Beckcom)
People look through the remains of destroyed homes after a tornado in 2005 near Boonville, Indiana.
Scores of tornadoes whipped across the midwestern United States this weekend, killing at least 10 people, while a massive wildfire
left seven people dead in Texas, officials and local media reported(AFP/Getty Images/File/Gary Neal)
The back wall of a large distribution center in Kansas City, Missouri,
was blown in by storms Sunday.
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