Massive storm caused dozens of tornadoes from the Rockies to the Plains.
A massive spring storm formed dozens of tornadoes from the Rockies to the Plains, killing at least four people in three states, including a woman who was flung into a tree by a tornado as wide as two football fields, reported the Star Tribune
65 tornadoes were reported late Wednesday in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Colorado and Nebraska, the National Weather Service said. The storms continued Thursday afternoon, with a tornado critically injuring two people in central Oklahoma.
CNN reported that at least 11 tornadoes were reported throughout western Nebraska, destroying three homes and at least 10 miles of power lines. Two twisters touched down in far northwest Kansas,damaging three homes, authorities said.