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More Than 200 Injured in Virginia Tornadoes


 
 

| Tuesday, April 29, 2008


Virginians faced a massive cleanup project Tuesday after at least three tornadoes damaged dozens of homes and injured more than 200 people.

"We have had some injuries. Most of them are minor, so in many ways we are blessed," Suffolk Mayor Linda Johnson said Tuesday.

At least 200 were injured Monday in Suffolk, where a twister destroyed several homes and businesses, said Bob Spieldenner of the Virginia Department of Emergency Management.

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