Tornadoes and Storms Across the South Kill Scores

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Reports say 194 people across the southern United States are dead after tornadoes and storms ripped across the region—and that number is expected to climb. An estimated mile-wide tornado struck the town of Tuscaloosa, where there's a University of Alabama campus. Katelyn Ingram is a sophomore there; she talks with us about her experience with the storm. Harold Brooks, research meteorologist at the National Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, Oklahoma, also weighs in.

Guests:

Harold Brooks and Katelyn Ingram

Produced by:

Leo Duran

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