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Hardy Street in front of the University of Southern Mississippi campus is obstructed by debris blown by an apparent tornado in Hattiesburg, Miss., Sunday. (Feb. 10, 2013)

Mississippi tornado damages

Residents shaken by a tornado that mangled homes in Mississippi were waking up Monday to a day of removing trees, patching roofs and giving thanks for their survival. More than a dozen in the state were injured.

A women observes the damage to a closed
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A women observes the damage to a closed and unoccupied dormitory on the University of Southern Mississippi campus caused by an apparent tornado in Hattiesburg, Miss., Sunday. (Feb. 10, 2013)

The American Red Cross center in Hattiesburg, Miss.,
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The American Red Cross center in Hattiesburg, Miss., is completely destroyed after an apparent tornado that moved through area on Sunday. (Feb. 10, 2013)

Hattiesburg Police officers talk to onlookers at a
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Hattiesburg Police officers talk to onlookers at a damaged gas station in Hattiesburg, Miss. after an apparent tornado that moved through area on Sunday. (Feb. 10, 2013)

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A trampoline rests on top of a damaged
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A trampoline rests on top of a damaged American Red Cross disaster relief truck outside of the Hattiesburg American Red Cross center which was completely destroyed by an apparent tornado that moved through Hattiesburg, Miss., Sunday. (Feb. 10, 2013)

Hardy Street in front of the University of
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Hardy Street in front of the University of Southern Mississippi campus is obstructed by debris blown by an apparent tornado in Hattiesburg, Miss., Sunday. (Feb. 10, 2013)

A business at 5133 Lincoln Road Extension in
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A business at 5133 Lincoln Road Extension in Hattiesburg, Miss., is damaged after an apparent tornado Sunday. Major damage was reported in Hattiesburg and Petal, including on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. (Feb. 10, 2013)

An overturned car lies in front of the
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An overturned car lies in front of the University of Southern Mississippi campus in Hattiesburg, Miss., after a possible tornado Sunday. (Feb. 10, 2013)

Early Monday morning sunlight shows the destruction Sunday's
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Early Monday morning sunlight shows the destruction Sunday's tornado caused in this Hattiesburg, Miss., neighborhood adjacent to the University of Southern Mississippi, including the severe damage to Westminster Presbyterian Church. (Feb. 11, 2013)

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Early Monday morning shows the destruction Sunday's tornado
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Early Monday morning shows the destruction Sunday's tornado caused in this Hattiesburg, Miss., neighborhood adjacent to the University of Southern Mississippi, including the severe damage to Westminster Presbyterian Church, and the small truck that was flattened by the church's bricks. (Feb. 11, 2013)

Two people are seen consoling one another in
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Two people are seen consoling one another in a shattered door way along Hardy Street in Hattiesburg Miss., after a tornado passed through the city Sunday afternoon. Major damage was reported in Hattiesburg and Petal, including on the campus of the University of Southern Mississippi. (Feb. 11, 2013)

Amy McQueen, 28, helps her brother, who wished
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Amy McQueen, 28, helps her brother, who wished to be unidentified, move his belongings from his apartment in Hattiesburg, Miss., following a Sunday afternoon tornado that destroyed the house and several others near the University of Southern Mississippi. (Feb. 11, 2013)

Marie Key, 68, said she is hoping to
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Marie Key, 68, said she is hoping to salvage what she can Monday morning at her Hattiesburg, Miss., home following Sunday's tornado. (Feb. 11, 2013)

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