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Storms sweep Great Plains

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A storm system smothered South Dakota's scenic Black Hills in South Dakota with more than a metre of wet, heavy snow. The powerful cold front that crossed the Great Plains also brought heavy rain, hail and as many as nine tornadoes to Nebraska and Iowa, injuring 15 people and killing three.

Steve McEnroe / The Associated Press

Zack Ruml, 20, of Rapid City, S.D, lifts a heavy crabapple tree branch off of his 1998 Pontiac Gran Prix on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013. The branch smashed the rear window and dented the trunk of the car. Trees in the city are still fully leaved and the heavy snow is breaking branches throughout the city.

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