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Storms leave dead and injured in America

Strong storms in the state of Alabama, in the south of the United States, have killed six people and injured several others, according to local media, according to officials responsible for rescue operations.

 The storms moved east to batter neighboring Georgia, where the National Weather Service maintained a tornado warning.

 And a tornado hit the Dallas area, where it destroyed roofs of buildings and caused “significant damage,” according to Selma Mayor James Perkins, who called on residents to move away from roads and away from downed power lines.

 Tornadoes are a phenomenon that is difficult to predict and recur in the United States, especially in the central and southern regions of the country.

 At the end of November, 36 tornadoes were recorded in Alabama and Mississippi, killing two people.

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