At least 11 people are dead after tornadoes ripped through parts of Oklahoma and Missouri on Saturday, in the latest round of extreme weather to hit the United States.
Officials said six people died in Oklahoma when a twister tore into the state's northeastern town of Picher, and the death toll was expected to climb.
"I know they are going through the rubble, trying to find people missing," Emergency Management spokesperson Michelann Ooten told The Associated Press. "There are numerous injuries."
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