Memorial Day Weekend Storms Rip Through Multiple States, Kill At Least 19 People

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At least 19 people are dead as severe storms and tornadoes swept across Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Kentucky over the weekend, and more than 100 million people are at risk of severe weather on the East Coast on Monday.

The deadliest storms were in Arkansas, where eight people have been confirmed dead, and Texas, where seven people have died, CNN reported. Two people have been confirmed dead in Oklahoma following the storms and another two people were killed in Kentucky when the severe weather ripped through most of the Bluegrass State on Sunday night.

Cooke County, Texas — near the Oklahoma border — took the brunt of the storms, which killed seven people, including two children on Saturday night. The seven deaths were reported after a tornado swept through a rural area near a mobile home park, according to Texas Republican Gov. …

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