Clean up begins after at least 19 tornados tear through the Midwest.
(NBC News) At least 50 tornados ripped across the midsection of the country Sunday, leaving behind a huge swath of destruction and killing at least two people in Oklahoma.
At least five states suffered through the storms.
In some towns entire neighborhoods have been wiped away.
"We lost everything, everything is gone," says Mary Jane Keiser of Carney, Oklahoma.
Forecasters warn the potential for severe weather today stretches from Minnesota through Texas and some of the worst could again be seen in Oklahoma.
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