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A swath of tornadoes was moving across the Plains States Wednesday, with touchdowns in Kansas, Oklahoma and Nebraska; and the a capella gospel choir at the Addicts Rehabilitation Center in Harlem is helping former drugs addicts stay clean
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After multiple tornado warnings were issued in the Plains States, CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers spoke with senior meteorologist Bernie Rayno to learn about tornado formation.
Led by a 90-year-old former addict, the a capella gospel choir uses music to save lives