B.C. snowmobiler killed in mountain crevasse as 300 Dead in USA tornado was strongest in 50 years
had winds of 205 mph and was the first EF-5 tornado in Mississippi since 1966
The National Weather Service says one of the tornadoes that killed hundreds in the South
As a 52-year-old man from Maple Ridge, B.C., has died after he fell into a crevasse in the mountains while snowmobiling in the northwestern corner of the province this week.
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