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Alabama tornadoes: 33 dead in Dekalb County, death toll expected to rise

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Search and rescue workers have pulled 33 dead from the rubble in Dekalb County in northeast Alabama, and they expect to find more, Sheriff Jimmy Harris said as his county grappled with losses following deadly tornadoes that ripped through the state on Wednesday.

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Ann Malone


#63 Jul 30, 2011
Looking for an ole friend, Lethal Henegar. Lived
In Moody, Ala.near B'ham. Have not been able to
reach him..If you know his whereabouts please have
him give me a call.
Katie Crabtree

Chicago, IL

#64 Oct 4, 2011
My family and I have been trying to find our aunt and uncle, we've been calling still and sending letters with no answers at all. Their names are Patricia & Anthony Daffron. Their home is at 21 Blackwell Road in Collinsville, AL. If anyone can help us with any information we'd really appreciate it, we just need to know if they're alright!

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