Seventeen tornadoes with a Fujita Scale rating of 2 or higher touched down April 26, 1991, across Kansas, according to the National Weather Service. Combined, they caused 19 deaths, 239 injuries and more than $534 million in damage.
Seventeen tornadoes with a Fujita Scale rating of 2 or higher touched down April 26, 1991, across Kansas, according to the National Weather Service. Combined, they caused 19 deaths, 239 injuries and more than $534 million in damage. Wichita Eagle file photo
Seventeen tornadoes with a Fujita Scale rating of 2 or higher touched down April 26, 1991, across Kansas, according to the National Weather Service. Combined, they caused 19 deaths, 239 injuries and more than $534 million in damage. Wichita Eagle file photo

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