Heavy storm lashes Central US, killing three and causing cancellation of over 400 flights
A blizzard hit off the Central US on Friday, throwing life out of gear.
Not only this, as many as 400 flights have been cancelled at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. It had to ground all the flights to keep the planes de-frosted.
The airport in South Dakota’s biggest city , Sioux Falls, remain closed for a second straight day.
The early spring storm brought cold and snow to the area that was longing for sunshine and warmth.
As per reports in Arkansas, a tornado ripped through the tiny Ozark Mountain town of Mountainburg on Friday, injuring at least four people and causing widespread damage.
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