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(AP) — A hospital spokeswoman says the condition of a woman injured in a tornado in northeastern Montana has improved and her outlook is favorable.Billings Clinic spokeswoman Julie Burton says 71-year-old Barbara Smith's condition was upgraded from serious to fair on Thursday.The National Weather Service says the tornado was the state's deadliest since 1923.(Copyright 2010 Associated Press. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) The National Weather Service has released their storm study survey from the fatal tornado that occurred in northeast Montana early this week.
The body of her nephew, Steven Smith, was found 200 feet away.
Due to the poles being snapped, the tornado was rated an EF2 on the Enhanced Fujita Scale in this area.
This was the widest portion of the tornado track with a width of a half mile.
That means Smith's vital signs are stable and she is conscious.
A tornado packing 150 mile-per-hour winds ripped Smith's house from its foundation Monday night 13 miles west of Reserve.