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13 Killed as Tropical Storm Slams Southeastern U.S.

HeadlineJun 21, 2021

At least 13 people have died after Tropical Depression Claudette battered the southeast U.S. with torrential rains, triggering massive floods and tornadoes. Among the dead are nine children, including a baby, who were killed Saturday in a 15-vehicle crash on an interstate south of Montgomery, Alabama. Local authorities said the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads.

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