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Tuscaloosa, Alabama., April 28 (Reuters) - An arial view of tornado damage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The death toll from storms and tornadoes in the U.S. state of Alabama has risen to 128 people, Governor Robert Bentley's office said on Thursday. . The storms were part of a series that have killed at least 155 people in half a dozen southern states over the last few days. . They included what may be the most violent twister ever to hit Alabama. It slammed into the college town of Tuscaloosa on Wednesday, killing 15 people, crushing houses, picking up cars and uprooting trees by the hundred. Mandatory credit: Marvin Gentry.
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Tuscaloosa, Alabama., April 28 (Reuters) -  An arial view of tornado damage in  Tuscaloosa, Alabama.  The death toll from storms and tornadoes in the U.S. state of Alabama has risen to 128 people, Governor Robert Bentley's office said on Thursday. .    The storms were part of a series that have killed at least 155 people in half a dozen southern states over the last few days. .    They included what may be the most violent twister ever to hit Alabama. It slammed into the college town of Tuscaloosa on Wednesday, killing 15 people, crushing houses, picking up cars and uprooting trees by the hundred.  Mandatory credit: Marvin Gentry.