More Than 20 Killed After A Series Of Deadly Tornadoes Hits Alabama

Lee County, Ala., was hit the hardest, where at least 23 people were killed and several injured after at least two tornadoes reportedly ripped through the state, officials say.

Updated 4:08 a.m. ET Monday

A string of powerful tornadoes drilled through southeast Alabama on Sunday, killing several people in a path of severe destruction.

At least 23 people were killed in the storm, Lee County Sheriff

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