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Butch Dill, Associated Press
Residents walk around through the debris of their neighborhood after a possible tornado ripped through the Trussville, Ala. area in the early hours of Monday, Jan. 23, 2012. Jefferson County sheriff's spokesman Randy Christian said the storm produced a possible tornado that moved across northern Jefferson County around 3:30 a.m., causing damage in Oak Grove, Graysville, Fultondale, Center Point, Clay and Trussville.

CLAY, Ala. — An emergency management spokesman says more than 100 people have been injured in central Alabama by a line of storms that also killed at least two as it moved across the South and Midwest.

At least one of the areas affected by the storms, which were part of a system that stretched from the Great Lakes down to the Gulf of Mexico, was also hit by a line of killer storms that slammed the Southeast last April.

Jefferson County sheriff's spokesman Randy Christian says a 16-year-old girl was killed in Clay, outside Birmingham, and an 82-year-old man died in the community of Oak Grove.