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Deadly storms and tornadoes hit lots of places from Mississippi to Georgia in the south of USA.
At least 83 people were killed.
A lot of people lost their houses.
There were tornadoes in some places damaging houses, buildings and trees.
In other places, storms bring hail stones and some places were flooded.
One of the hardest-hit areas was Tuscaloosa in Alabama where a tornado caused a lot of damages and killed a lot of people.
A tornado moves through Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wednesday, April 27, 2011. A wave of severe storms laced with tornadoes strafed the South on Wednesday, killing at least 16 people around the region and splintering buildings across swaths of an Alabama university town.
A car lies overturns and buildings destroyed in Tuscaloosa, Ala., Wednesday, April 27, 2011. A wave of severe storms laced with tornadoes strafed the South on Wednesday; buildings across swaths of the university town were damaged or destroyed. (AP Photo/Tuscaloosa News, Dusty Compton)
Residents take stock of the damage after a strong tornado ripped through Tuscaloosa, AL, Wednesday afternoon, April 27, 2011.
Homes and businesses along McFarland Blvd. are completely destroyed in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wednesday, April 27, 2011.
In this photo taken from video large hail stones are seen as a thunderstorm passes through Poplar Bluff, Mo., Wednesday, April 27, 2011. Powerful storms continue to push through the nation's midsection raising river levels to dangerous heights. (AP Photo/Robert Ray)
This photo taken from video shows a mailbox nearly under water in a neighborhood in Poplar Bluff, Mo., Wednesday, April 27, 2011, from floodwaters from the Black River. (AP Photo/Robert Ray)
Tuesday, April 26, 2011, in Poplar Bluff, Mo. Powerful storms that swept through the nation's midsection have pushed river levels to dangerous heights and are threatening to flood several towns in Missouri and officials now report a levee protecting Poplar Bluff from the Black River has breached. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
AP Photo/Jim R. Bounds
At least 45 people were killed in the deadly storms and tornadoes in North Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama, Virginia, Mississippi and Oklahoma.
A lot of people were injured during the 3 days . disaster
I am very sad and sorry for all the victims, their families and friends.
A tornado flattened most of this home in the LaGrange subdivision in Fayetteville near Fort Bragg Saturday April 16, 2011.A tornado flattened most of this home in the LaGrange subdivision, Saturday, April 16, 2011 in Fayetteville, N.C. Homes and businesses were badly damaged Saturday by a severe storm system that whipped across North Carolina, bringing flash floods, hail and reports of tornadoes from the western hills to the streets of Raleigh. (AP Photo/The Fayetteville Observer, James Robinson) .
A Lowes employee takes a picture outside a storm-damaged Lowes Home Improvement store after a tornado in Sanford, North Carolina, April 17, 2011. REUTERS/Chris Keane
Family and friends sort through debris from a tornado that swept through the area Saturday night in Gloucester, Va., Sunday, April 17, 2011. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
FILE - Only stairs and flowers remain Saturday, April 16, 2011 after severe winds tore a mobile home off its lot late Friday night in Boones Chapel, Ala., in Autauga County. Vicious storms and howling winds smacked the Deep South, killing at least seven people in Alabama including three family members whose homes were tossed into nearby woods. (AP Photo/Montgomery Advertiser, Amanda Sowards)
Part of a mobile home is turned over in a field of debris after a possible tornado in Autauga County hit late Friday night, April 15, 2011. Three people were killed and several homes destroyed. (Montgomery Advertiser, Amanda Sowards)
Two mobile homes in Autauga County are destroyed and three are dead after a tornado hit late Friday night, April 15, 2011. (Montgomery Advertiser, Amanda Sowards)
Emergency personnel enters Lowes Home Improvement after it was hit by a tornado in Sanford, N.C., Saturday, April 16, 2011. (AP Photo/Jim R. Bounds)
A destroyed desk sits among the rubble at Page Middle School in Gloucester, Virginia. The trail of destruction began on Thursday evening in Oklahoma, where a giant twister almost wiped out the small town of Tushka -- population 350 -- tearing up most of its homes and businesses and killing two elderly residents. (AFP//Getty Images/Jay Paul)