Ivan Brings Tornadoes to Northwest Florida

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The slow-moving Ivan, now a tropical storm, is carving a path through the South. As many as 1 million people may be without electricity. Authorities have been assessing deaths, injuries and damages as drenching rains soak Alabama and Georgia Thursday. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports.

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