Black People : "It didn't feel like Mother Nature. It felt personal."


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Nov 14, 2007

SENECA, Mo. - Another round of storms headed toward tornado-ravaged areas of Missouri, Arkansas and several other states early Tuesday where residents are still picking up from the weekend's killer twisters.

The National Weather Service said thunderstorms carrying hail were likely through midmorning in parts of southwest Missouri. More ominously, the agency said conditions later in the day could be similar to those that spun funnel clouds that killed 26 people Saturday in the Southern Plains and the Southeast.

Even if the latest storms aren't particularly violent, they'll make for a soggy cleanup in towns such as Picher, Okla., where Tressie Gilmore and four family members emerged from a pile of debris that used to be their house Saturday evening, shaken but with nothing worse than bruised ribs.

On Monday, the 25-year-old joined family and friends in salvaging what they could from what remained of her mother and stepfather's home after the tornado — packing wind estimated at 165 to 175 mph — slammed into Picher, killing seven.

"It felt like evil," she said. "It didn't feel like Mother Nature. It felt personal."



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