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WASHINGTON---Dozens of tornadoes swept across
the US Midwest in a rare November blast of warm-
weather storms, leaving at least eight people dead
and unleashing powerful winds that flattened
entire neighbourhoods, flipped over cars and
With communications difficult and many roads
impassable, it remained unclear how many people
were killed or hurt Sunday by the unusually strong
An elderly man and his sister were killed when
a tornado hit their home in rural Illinois. Four other
people were killed in the state, the hardest hit by
the tornados, said Patti Thompson of the Illinois
Emergency Management Agency. She did not pro-
In Michigan, officials said a 21-year-old man
died when his vehicle was crushed by a fallen tree.
Just how many tornadoes hit was unclear.
According to the National Weather Service s Web
site, a total of 65 tornadoes struck, most of them
in Illinois. But meteorologist Matt Friedlein said
the total might fall because emergency workers,
tornado spotters and others often report the same
Matt Friedlein, a weather service meteorologist,
said that such strong storms are rare this late in
the year because there usually isn t enough heat
from the sun to sustain the thunderstorms. But he
said temperatures Sunday were expected to reach
into the 60s and 70s Fahrenheit (from 16 to 26
degrees Celsius), which he said is warm enough
to help produce severe weather when it is coupled
with winds, which are typically stronger this time
of year than in the summer.
In Illinois, Gov. Pat Quinn declared seven counties
Between 250 and 500 homes were either damaged
or destroyed in the town of Washington, Mayor
Gary Manier said yesterday. He said it wasn t clear
when residents would be allowed to return.
"Everybody s without power, but some people
are without everything," Manier told reporters in
the parking lot of a destroyed auto parts store and
near a row of flattened homes.
"How people survived is beyond me," he said.
The tornado cut a path from one side of town
of 16,000 people to the other, knocking down
power lines uprooting trees and rupturing gas lines,
State Trooper Dustin Pierce said.
Local official Tyler Gee told WLS-TV that as he
walked through neighborhoods immediately after
the tornado struck, he "couldn t even tell what
street I was on."
"Just completely flattened---some of the neigh-
bourhoods here in town, hundreds of homes."
At OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria,
spokeswoman Amy Paul said 37 patients had been
treated, eight with injuries ranging from broken
bones to head injuries that were serious enough
to be admitted.
Another hospital, Methodist Medical Center in
Peoria, treated more than a dozen people, but offi-
cials there said none were seriously injured. (AP)
Death toll reaches 8
Residents survey the damage done by intense thundertsorms and tornadoes in
Washington, Illinois, on Sunday. Intense thunderstorms and tornadoes swept
across the Midwest, causing extensive damage in several communities and
killing seven people. AP PHOTO
"Everybody's without power, but some
people are without everything," Manier told
reporters in the parking lot of a destroyed
auto parts store and near a row of flattened
"How people survived is beyond me."
---MAYOR GARY MANIER
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