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A powerful storm system that flattened much of an Iowa town over the weekend spawned what may be a record-breaking seven tornadoes in Wisconsin, officials said Monday
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Sarah Mitchell,left, hugs her best friend Mandi Kieper in front of the damaged home where Kieper lives in Kaukauna, Wis. on Monday, April 11, 2011. Spring thunderstorms with strong winds, hail and tornadoes injured three people and damaged buildings, power lines and trees in Wisconsin. The National Weather Service said Monday it had confirmed two tornadoes so far and was investigating other reports.
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Aaron Goerlitz of Menasha, Wis. and his daughter Maggie, 3, check out storm damage in their neighborhood with their dog Tank on Monday, April 11, 2011, in Menasha, Wis. Spring thunderstorms with strong winds, hail and tornadoes injured three people and damaged buildings, power lines and trees in Wisconsin.
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Home owner Chad Hemenway , left, talks to his insurance agent while his sister Jennifer Allen looks skyward in the roofless living room of his damaged home in Kaukauna, Wis. on Sunday April 11, 2011. A large storm and reported tornado left a path of downed trees and destroyed homes on Sunday night.
Tornadoes tore through the nation's heartland Sunday night, damaging dozens of homes and sending two people to the hospital with injuries. The Weather Channel's Chris Warren reports.