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  1. #1 Tornado hammers town in Kansas. Dozens of homes 'all gone' 
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    By Jason Hanna, Marlena Baldacci, Darran Simon, CNN
    Updated 11:59 PM ET, Tue May 28, 2019

    (CNN) A large tornado touched down Tuesday in Kansas, striking the southeast portion of Lawrence, according to the National Weather Service.

    The weather service issued a tornado emergency for Kansas City, Missouri and its densely populated western suburbs.

    Along with twisters in Ohio and scorching heat in the South, the Kansas tornado was part of the severe weather engulfing parts of the country.

    While residents in Linwood, Kansas, 15 miles east of Lawrence, appeared to be safe, dozens of homes just outside city limits are "all gone," Linwood Mayor Brian Christenson told CNN in a phone interview.

    Thankfully no deaths!

    May the FORCE be with you!
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    We've been getting swirling wind with some rain northern Ohio. Nothing perilous. Probably 20mph gusts.
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    I came to Texas as soon as I could
    Living In Wichita back in the 70s I sat on my front porch counting tails coming down out of the clouds and then going back up. I lost count around 50. That was the day a storm picked up a grain silo on the south end of a small town and wiped the ground clean of buildings. No one was critically injured.
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