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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Cis Gruebbel
Fifteen-month-old Angel Babcock's death ended a hopeful tale for survivors in the Midwest and South and brought to 39 the number of people killed by the storms that devastated five states.
The Indiana toddler found in a field after Friday's violent tornadoes has died.
Emergency crews desperately search for survivors Saturday after a violent wave of Midwest and Southern storms flattened some rural communities and left behind a trail of destruction: shredded homes, downed power lines and streets littered with tossed cars.
But the New Pekin, Ind., girl's condition deteriorated Saturday as her brain swelled, chief nursing officer Cis Gruebbel said.
Kosair Children's Hospital spokeswoman Cis Gruebbel announces the death of 15-month-old Angel Babcock during a March 4, 2012, news conference at the in Louisville, Ky., hospital.