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Severe Weather on January 22, 2012 (Damage Pictures)
 
Tornadoes caused extensive damage in parts of southern Arkansas on 01/22/2012. A tornado (rated EF2) tracked through the north side of Fordyce (Dallas County) and northwest of Kingsland (Cleveland County) during the evening of January 22, 2012. Another tornado (rated EF2) slammed into the Sweden (Jefferson County) community. The tornadoes caused extensive damage.
 
Much of the bathhouse at the Fordyce County Club was blown into the pool.
In the picture: Much of the bathhouse at the Fordyce County Club was blown into the pool. Click to enlarge.
North of town, a steel transmission tower was mangled along Arkansas Highway 273.
In the picture: North of town, a steel transmission tower was mangled along Arkansas Highway 273. A pickup truck ran into fallen lines. Click to enlarge.
 
This residence was heavily damaged (roof partly removed and a collapsed wall) on the northwest side of town.
In the picture: This residence was heavily damaged (roof partly removed and a collapsed wall) on the northwest side of town. Click to enlarge.
Not far from the damaged residence, travel trailers were overturned and trees were snapped.
In the picture: Not far from the damaged residence, travel trailers were overturned and trees were snapped. Click to enlarge.
 
A church built in 1852 was dismantled 2.8 miles west-northwest of Kingsland (Cleveland County).
In the picture: A church built in 1852 was dismantled 2.8 miles west-northwest of Kingsland (Cleveland County). Click to enlarge.
Grain bins were destroyed along Arkansas Highway 88 at Sweden (Jefferson County).
In the picture: Grain bins were destroyed along Arkansas Highway 88 at Sweden (Jefferson County). Click to enlarge.
 

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