Storms that packed at least nine confirmed tornadoes, hail and heavy rain left behind damage in Kansas counties but no fatalities or major injuries.
The Kansas Division of Emergency Management said in a news release that the storm moved from south to north on May 6, leaving damage in Harvey, Sedgwick, Jewell, Lincoln and Republic counties.
The worst damage appeared to be in Republic County, in north-central Kansas on the Nebraska border. Emergency management officials reported five homes and an ethanol plant near Scandia were damaged and a feedlot operation also was struck, killing up to 150 cattle.
Other damage reports include one home destroyed and another damaged near Mankato in Jewell County, two homes damaged in Sedgwick County and damage to outbuildings, power lines and trees in other counties.
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