LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - Severe storms swept through parts of
Kansas and Missouri Sunday.
They brought winds that knocked overairplanes at the downtown Kansas City airport and ripped roofs off homes, businesses, and buildings at the University of Kansas.
There were no reports of deaths or injuries.
The National Weather Service had not confirmed whether the storm
spawned tornados, but several weather spotters reported twisters in
The storms followed powerful tornadoes that ripped across southern Missouri and southern Illinois Saturday night.
The twisters destroyed homes along a path of more than 20 miles and killed a married couple whose car was blown off the road.
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