Tornadoes, snow rip through Nebraska, South Dakota, and Iowa

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Multiple tornadoes hit three Midwestern states.

The storms struck Nebraska, South Dakota, and Iowa.

The National Weather Service confirmed six twisters struck the states.

Fifteen people were injured in Wayne, Nebraska.

A Nebraska newspaper reported several buildings in Wayne’s industrial park were damaged or destroyed along with several homes south of the city.

One tornado hit just blocks from Wayne State College.

Storms also caused significant damage in three Iowa communities, including Moville near Sioux City where emergency responders report a tornado about a mile wide.

The Red Cross is sending teams to the area.

The National Weather Service also issued a blizzard warning for the Rapid City area of South Dakota until Saturday.

The storm reportedly left 33 inches of snow in one part of South Dakota friday and is to blame for the deaths of three people killed in a traffic accident in Northeast Nebraska.


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