The deadliest tornado outbreaks in the United States to date
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From the New Richmond Heritage Center
On April 30, 2011, Southerners found their emergency safety net shredded as they tried to emerge from the nation's deadliest tornado disaster since the Great Depression. More than 340 people died from the storms across seven states, including 238 in Alabama, making it the deadliest U.S. tornado outbreak since March 1932, when another Alabama storm killed 332 people. Tornadoes that swept across the South and Midwest in April 1974 left 315 people dead.
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