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May 04, 2011

One Day in Tupelo

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This spring the weather has brought destruction from all directions. In this country, hundreds of tornadoes have touched down - the worst coming in clusters. Evelyn Homan Duncan is 84. She says as the tornadoes tore through the South last week, all she could think about was the day her town of Tupelo, Miss. was struck by a shrieking wind in 1936.

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