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Nine dead & nearly 20 others were taken from the rig hospitalized in dire condition, many with extreme dehydration and heatstroke

CBS

  • Thirty were hospitalized in all
  • 17 of those rescued were being treated for injuries that were considered life-threatening


MCI Triage: The discovery of eight bodies and 30 people severely injured in the back of a tractor-trailer in Texas early Sunday

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Electricity was restored Sunday to tens of thousands of customers (affected 140,000 customers at its worst) who lost service when a power station in suburban Los Angeles caught fire amid a blistering heat wave.

ABC

 


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A potent spring storm system with abundant moisture will bring a chance of significant severe weather and heavy rain today into tonight. Damaging winds, large hail, and a couple of tornadoes will be possible across the Tennessee Valley, middle Ohio Valley, and portions of the Mid-Atlantic. Heavy rain and flooding are possible from the Ozarks to the Tennessee Valley.

 

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An outbreak of severe thunderstorms is expected across parts of the southern and central Plains this afternoon and evening through the overnight hours. Strong, long-track tornadoes are likely from parts of central and southern Kansas southward into western Oklahoma. Large hail, damaging winds, and flash flooding will also be possible for a larger portion of the southern and central Plains.

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It’s coming, folks!

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An atmospheric river event will move into California and then spread across the rest of the western states through this weekend. Heavy lower elevation rains could produce localized flash flooding, and 1-3 feet of snow above 5500 feet will likely impair mountain travel. In addition, strong winds in excess of 60 mph down trees and power lines, and create hazardous driving for high profile vehicles.

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