Chicago - The number of fatalities caused by tornadoes that strike the United States rose to 155 after two more people died, officials said in Joplin, Missouri.

Making the toll this year to 541 people, which makes tornado season of 2011 as the deadliest since 1936 and as the worst season.

Two days resulted in nearly all the deaths, dozens of tornadoes that killed 314 people in five states on 27 April and a big wind that hit Janis on May 22.

Tornadoes rolled nearly a mile region with a swirl of more than 200 miles per hour and cut a six-mile time of destruction through the city.

Officials predict the cost of billions of dollars needed to repair physical damage and took several months to return to normal life.


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