Two tornadoes devastated a Nebraska town on Monday, killing a five-year-old and injuring at least 19 others, according to the Associated Press.
The twin twisters touched down within approximately a mile of each other in Pilger, Neb. Meteorologist Barbara Mayes told the AP that the event was a rarity, since dual tornadoes usually vary in intensity and don’t track together for so long.
Watch video of the tornadoes via the AP:
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