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 ATLANTA (AP) -A severe storm ripped two holes in the side of the Georgia Dome during the Southeastern Conference tournament, halting the Alabama-Mississippi State and sending fans fleeing for the exits.
The teams were sent to the locker room while those who remained at their seats looked anxiously toward the roof. The game was stopped with Mississippi State leading 64-61 with 2:11 left in overtime.
It wasn't immediately known if a tornado struck the 16-year-old building, though a roaring noise was heard inside when the storm struck.
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