Tornadoes tear through Iowa town as wildfires threaten Oregon
Millions of Americans are dealing with extreme weather conditions, including locals in Marshalltown, Iowa, where a string of tornadoes ripped through the town Thursday, causing damages and injuries. A scorching heat wave is also spreading across the South and the West, and a state of emergency was declared in Oregon after 160 wildfires spread across the state. NBC’s Ron Mott reports for TODAY.
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