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Bulldozers in Edmonton scraped block-wide swatches through the wreckage of a trailer park as the Canadian city began cleaning up after a tornado killed 26 people and caused at least $75 million in damage. Alberta officials said a 26th person died late Saturday night of injuries suffered in the deadliest twister to hit the country in 75 years. In a devastated mobile home park on the city's northeastern edge, where up to 200 of the 720 trailers were flattened, two people who apparently lost their home were arrested on charges of looting, police said.

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