Picking Up The Pieces After Deadly Tornadoes

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Tanya Ott, news director, WMBH
Howie Bluestein, meteorologist
Stephanie Banks, Birmingham resident
Dennis Walaker, mayor of Fargo, ND

Entire towns are gone and at least 200 people are dead after dozens of tornadoes battered parts of the Southern U.S. Wednesday. Rescue and recovery teams continue to search for survivors, and in Alabama, Gov. Robert Bentley called out the National Guard.

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