Tornado havoc in the USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

Massive Tornado Levels Ala. College Town

The severe weather system that has ravaged Mississippi and Alabama is now in Georgia, and officials there are reporting at least nine deaths in the state. That increases the death toll to at least 82 across four states in the South. (April 28).

From the National Journal in the USA:

The death toll from the storms that ripped through at least five Southern states reached 200 on Thursday morning, according to news reports.

A mile-wide tornado tore through Tuscaloosa, Ala., on Wednesday afternoon, leaving parts of the city “obliterated,” Mayor Walter Maddox told the Weather Channel. Officials said that roads in the city are unpassable and that up to 1 million people are without power. At least 128 people were killed by the storm in Alabama.

See also here.

Over 290 people were killed after dozens of huge tornadoes tore through the American Deep South Wednesday. Hundreds more were injured and many victims remain trapped: here.

Incredible, heartbreaking photos of the storms devastating the South: here.

PHOTOS: Updated images of the tornados that have left at least 200 dead: here.

Why have so many tornadoes hit the US this month? Here.

Storms in US cause loss of external power at three nuclear reactors: here.

1 thought on “Tornado havoc in the USA

  1. Pingback: Oklahoma, terrible tornado disaster | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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