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CYCLONES KILL 10 IN U.S.
CHICAGO. Sunday: Tor- nadoes struck central' Michi- gan. Ohio and Nebraska last night, leaving-at least 10 dead and scores injured.
? Six people, including two young brother!, were killed as winds over 70 m.p.h. bat- tered Cleveland, Ohio.
The brothers, seven and five, and a 28-year-old mah, were burled under debris when a cafe collapsed.
Police and firemen worked desperately to clear live wires from the streets.
Two men were killed when
they touched a fallen power line. ' -
A 19-year-old motorist was. crushed to death when a tree fell on his car.
Michigan counted four dead in the wake of torna- does, which swooped down over a wide belt in the cen
irai parts of the "State. At|!
least 124 were injured. '
Three died in a "twister" < which struck Flint,, the
State's second largest city. <
Flood threats plagued ¡ FJint and other Michigan i areas in the wake of the tor-. !