Tornado leaves at least six dead in Alabama, USA.

At least six people died after the passage of a tornado in the US state of Alabama, in the south of the North American country.

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey confirmed the deaths of the six people in Autauga County via Twitter and sent a message of condolences to the families of the victims.

After the passage of the tornado, the governor declared a state of emergency in six counties and pointed out that parts of the state were shaken by the meteorological phenomenon, reports the Telesur portal.

The Alabama authorities indicated that the tornado continued towards the state of Georgia, where the National Weather Service (SMN) maintained tornado watches in force at nightfall this Friday.

Due to the weather alert, several flights to and from the Atlanta International Airport, Georgia have been canceled, according to US media.


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