Tornado damage seen Sunday, April 27, 2014 in Mayflower, Ark. AP Photo/Courtesy of James Bryant)
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Tornadoes ripped through the south-central United States on Sunday, killing at least 17 people in Arkansas and Oklahoma and wiping out entire neighborhoods, authorities said as rescue workers searched in darkness for survivors.Arkansas authorities said at least 10 people had died in Faulkner and six more across the state -- the first reported fatalities of this year's tornado season.Authorities closed the route.At least one other person was killed in a tornado in the small town of Quapaw, in the northeast corner of neighboring Oklahoma, according to Ottawa County Sheriff's Department spokesman Derek Derwin.Media and the National Weather Service reported that two people were killed.
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