CEDAR PARK, Texas -- A group of Albertson's shoppers and employees took shelter here in the store's meat freezer last Tuesday while a tornado ripped the roof off the building. The twister was part of a powerful spring storm last week that wrought tornadoes and flash flooding in central Texas, killing at least 32 and injuring scores of others, authorities said. After the tornado tore the roof off the Albertson's store here, the remaining structure collapsed. Only the facade remained. At ...

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