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Crews begin ‘Herculean’ task of removing tornado debris in Kentucky

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Dawson Springs (United States) (AFP) – Work crews were hauling away tons of debris on Tuesday in western Kentucky towns pulverized by deadly tornadoes as traumatized residents turned to rebuilding their shattered lives. “Total devastation,” said Ashley McKnight, a 41-year-old schoolteacher, pointing to the remains of her neighbors’ homes in Dawson Springs. State Governor Andy Beshear said the death toll from the powerful twisters that struck late Friday remained at 74 but he expected more victims to be found in the rubble. In total, at least 88 people died, with fatalities also recorded in Ten…

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