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Tuesday, 15 February, 2000, 01:20 GMT
In pictures: Tornado terror

At least 22 people were killed in the early hours of Monday morning when tornadoes ripped through southern Georgia and Florida.


Aerial view Camill Georgia

The view from the air of the town of Camilla, Georgia shows the extent of the tornado's destructive power but does not tell the whole story.


Eight-year-old Darius Hines
Eight-year-old Darius Hines surveys the wreckage that was once his mother's home, Darius and his family survived by huddling together on the floor.





This home belonged to Willie Nelson, 41, who says the entire building was picked up and dropped onto a road a quarter of mile away.


Injured pet

It wasn't just people who suffered, many animals were injured in the storm.



The tornado simply ripped the roof off the Anglin family home.





Snapped trees show the direction in which the twisters travelled.

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04 May 99 |  World
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