Martha Righthouse (R) is embraced by her neighbor Debbie Gilbert near the ruins of her home in Marysville, Indiana March 3, 2012.
The latest in a series of powerful tornadoes raked across a broad swath of the U.S. Midwest and Southeast, killing at least 33 people in four states, authorities said on Saturday. The fast-moving twisters on Friday splintered homes, damaged a prison and tossed around vehicles across the region, leaving 14 dead in Indiana, officials said. [REUTERS/Aaron Bernstein]
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