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On March 3, a rare EF4 tornado with wind speeds reaching 170 miles per hour touched down in Lee County, Alabama, cutting a mile-wide swath of destruction. By the time it dissipated after travelling some 70 miles, at least 23 people had been killed. It was the deadliest tornado in the United States since 2013, when an EF5 tornado killed 24 in Moore, Oklahoma, and the strongest since 2017, when another EF4 struck Canton, Texas. The tornado was part of a larger outbreak of more than 30 twisters that tore through Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina...

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