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Residents gather near an overturned truck which landed against a house in Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007. An apparent tornado struck the high school, trapping students under rubble and killing at least eight people, emergency officials said. More than 40 people were brought to an Enterprise hospital, and damaged homes and one death were reported in west Alabama as a violent storm front crossed the state. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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Rescue workers search for victims inside Enterprise High School in Enterprise, Ala., after an apparent tornado ripped through the city Thursday afternoon, March 1, 2007. Students were trapped under the rubble; at least eight people were killed, emergency officials said. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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A Military Assistance to Safety and Traffic helicopter from Fort Rucker awaits victims for transport outside Enterprise High School in Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007. An apparent tornado struck the high school, trapping students under rubble and killing at least eight people, emergency officials said. More than 40 people were brought to an Enterprise hospital, and damaged homes and one death were reported in west Alabama as a violent storm front crossed the state. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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Rescue workers attend to an injured person outside Enterprise High School in Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007. An apparent tornado struck the high school, trapping students under rubble and killing at least eight people, emergency officials said. More than 40 people were brought to an Enterprise hospital, and damaged homes and one death were reported in west Alabama as a violent storm front crossed the state. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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Destroyed cars are seen in the student parking lot at Enterprise High School in Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007. An apparent tornado struck the high school, trapping students under rubble and killing at least eight people, emergency officials said. More than 40 people were brought to an Enterprise hospital, and damaged homes and one death were reported in west Alabama as a violent storm front crossed the state. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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Rescue workers wait outside Enterprise High School after an apparent tornado struck the school Thursday, March 1, 2007. Eight deaths have been confirmed, emergency officials said. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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An overturned car and scattered debris are seen outside Enterprise High School, in Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007, after a tornado ripped through the city. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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Don Dixon, left, and Kayla Jarvis pick through debris after an early-morning tornado destroyed a gas station in Caulfield, Mo., Thursday, March 1, 2007. Tornadoes swept through southern Missouri around dawn Thursday, damaging homes and businesses and killing at least one person a few hours after another twister touched down in neighboring Kansas, authorities said. A 7-year-old child died in the storm, and there were reports of people missing from the Caulfield area, said Missouri State Highway Patrol Sgt. Marty Elmore. (Mark Schiefelbein / AP)
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Volunteers and rescue workers move a victim from Enterprise High School in Enterprise, Ala., Thursday, March 1, 2007. An apparent tornado struck the high school, trapping students under rubble and killing at least eight people, emergency officials said. More than 40 people were brought to an Enterprise hospital, and damaged homes and one death were reported in west Alabama as a violent storm front crossed the state. (Danny Tindell / AP)
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Neighbor David Eastwood helps salvage items from the wreckage of the home of David and Claudia Matthes near Blue Mound, Kan., Thursday, March 1, 2007. David Matthes was not injured after a tornado destroyed his home and out buildings Wednesday night. (Charlie Riedel / AP)
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