Tornadic storms kill two, injure dozens in southern U.S.
Mother, son killed in Louisiana; buildings severely damaged.
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Storms that spawned tornadoes throughout the southern United States on Tuesday killed two and injured dozens more, with tornadoes popping up in multiple states leaving behind both fatalities and damaged buildings.
In the Louisiana town of Keithville, authorities reported the death of a mother and her son after a reported tornado came through the area; several other injuries were reported in the area.
Nearly two dozen more were injured by a tornado in Farmerville, Louisiana, the local sheriff's office told media.
Video from social media, meanwhile, depicted tornadoes spinning through populated areas in Louisiana and Texas.
Nearly 20 tornado reports have surfaced throughout the south since Tuesday, with the largest number coming from Louisiana.
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