Death toll rises in US as powerful tornadoes sweeps through Oklahoma
epa03726832 Bob Regnier (L) Pam Barber (C) and her daughter Paxton Barber (R) look inside the office of what is left of the livestock auction business where they worked hit by a tornado in El Reno, Oklahoma, USA, 01 June 2013. At least nine people died in the central US state of Oklahoma after tornadoes struck an area already devastated by twisters less than two weeks ago, media reported on 01 June. The National Weather Service had earlier declared a tornado emergency late on 31 May for the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. The severe weather was moving eastward across Missouri by early 01 June. EPA/LARRY W. SMITH
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