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WASHINGTON — A two-year-old girl who was found barely alive amid the bodies of her parents and siblings after horrific tornadoes hit the United States, died Sunday after a 48-hour fight for life.

Angel Babcock was discovered in a field near her family’s home in New Pekin, southern Indiana after Friday’s horrific weather and was taken to hospital in neighboring Kentucky where her condition was initially described as critical.

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Officials had originally reported that Angel had been found 10 miles away from her home, but a spokeswoman for the St. Vincent Salem Hospital where she was initially taken later said she was found close to her home.

The two-year-old, who becomes the 37th victim of devastating weather that pummelled the country on Friday, had lost her parents, two-month-old sister, and three-year-old brother in the storms.

Relatives from her extended family, however, chose to turn off the toddler’s life support…

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