Little Rock, Ark. (AP) An Arkansas man says he thought he was going to die when a tornado ripped through little rock and many surrounding communities.
But no casualties are reported from the twister that damaged airplanes, a mobile home park and car dealership.
Gregory Greene says he was outside a restaurant when the tornado hit. He says the twister pushed his girlfriend up against a wall and knocked him down and pushed him under a truck.
A second storm hit much of the same area south of Little Rock later last night but was not as potent.
Over the past two months, parts of Arkansas have seen a tornado during a storm outbreak that killed 13, a foot of snow, more than a foot of rain and near-record flooding.
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