Tornado in the USA – how many dead, photos and videos

A tornado swept across the southeastern United States of America, causing destruction of homes and power outages. In addition, local officials report at least nine dead people.

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The storms spread from the Mississippi to Georgia. This publication reports Reuters (Scroll to the bottom of the page to see photos and videos).

At least five tornadoes were recorded in central Alabama, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Jessica Lowes. She noted that one of these tornadoes potentially ran about 241 km from southwest Selma, Alabama, to the Georgia-Alabama state line.

Emergency response director Ernie Baggett added that rescue teams were looking for the missing in Alabama’s Otauga County, where seven deaths were reported. At the same time, emergency services stressed that the number of victims could increase.

The hurricanes damaged up to 50 properties in Otauga County, according to the local sheriff’s office. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp confirmed that two people died as a result of the hurricane. In addition, a 5-year-old child died as a result of a tree falling on a car. The adult passenger is in critical condition.

The tornado tore off roofs and scattered debris on many structures. Numerous businesses and homes were also destroyed and trees uprooted.


A powerful tornado swept through the United States, there is destruction: nine people died.  Photo and video

A powerful tornado swept through the United States, there is destruction: nine people died.  Photo and video

A powerful tornado swept through the United States, there is destruction: nine people died.  Photo and video

A powerful tornado swept through the United States, there is destruction: nine people died.  Photo and video

Let’s remind, on the eve of Christmas the “bomb cyclone” has fallen upon the USA and Canada. The terrible weather claimed the lives of at least 28 people.

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