Bangalore, May 28: A tornado struck North Dakota, United States on Tuesday injuring at least nine people, including a 15-year-old girl who suffered critical injuries, and damaged or destroyed 15 trailers at a workers' camp in the heart of the state's booming oil patch.
A National Weather Service team is headed to western North Dakota.
Meanwhile, Barack Obama attended the White House Science Fair, where he went through all the exhibits.
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