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Two killed as severe weather rages through Kentucky, Tennessee

leaving demolished homes, damaged vehicles and uprooted trees in its wake. A man in northeast Arkansas and a woman in south central Kentucky both were killed as the storm that also included heavy winds, rain and hail muscled its way through the area ...

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GET BREAKING NEWS UPDATES Get our instant notifications as news happens ENABLE NOT NOW You can manage them anytime using browser settings Crime U.S World Politics Share This facebook Tweet email Two killed as severe weather rages through Kentucky, Tennessee Two killed as severe weather rages through Kentucky, Tennessee The Associated Press Sunday, February 25, 2018, 4:13 AM facebook Tweet email The roof of this Logan County home collapsed during the storm, killing a 79-year-old woman inside. 

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