At least 50 killed in US hurricane

The governor of the US state of Kentucky says four tornadoes have killed at least 50 people so far. The focal point was accounted for beneath the Pacific Ocean floor, nonetheless; no tidal wave alert was given. The focal point was accounted for beneath the Pacific Ocean floor, be that as it may; no wave alert was given.
At least 50 killed in US hurricane
Scientists warn that climate change is intensifying hurricanes and increasing their frequency, increasing the risk for areas where severe weather events are already common.


Scientists warn that climate change is intensifying hurricanes and increasing their frequency, increasing the risk for areas where severe weather events are already common.

Kentucky Gov. Andy Bashir said Saturday that four tornadoes have wreaked havoc in several counties in the state, causing a number of deaths. The governor said that the storm has also affected most parts of the country.

According to local media, last night a storm also destroyed a large warehouse of Amazon in the state of Illinois where about 100 employees were trapped. Governor Andy told reporters: I fear more than 50 people have been killed … The death toll could be between 70 and 100, which is catastrophic. He added that it was the strongest storm in Kentucky’s history.

The governor said the roof of a candle factory collapsed in another incident during the storm, which caused massive casualties in the town of Mayfield. Photos and videos shared on social media from Mayfield show scenes of buildings destroyed by the storm, including collapsed roofs, broken trees, broken bricks on the streets, and house debris.

Pictures of tornadoes on American news channels show a large black cylinder crashing to the ground and the light of the resulting explosions. Governor Andy said a state of emergency had been declared in the state just before midnight

He added that power outages were continuing in many areas and rescue personnel had been sent to the affected areas. The Collinsville Emergency Management Agency described the storm as a “massive loss of life. Storm warnings are still in place in the area.

Footage of Amazon’s warehouse in Edwardsville City was shared on US news channels and social media showing the warehouse roof, walls, and building debris scattered.

This is all that’s left of an Amazon warehouse in Illinois after a tornado struck the building, in what’s being described as a ‘mass casualty event’ by officials.

Several tornadoes struck a number of US states overnight, with reports of more than 50 people killed. pic.twitter.com/AG2RDadwb3

— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) December 11, 2021


My prayers are with the people of Edwards Will tonight said Illinois Governor JB Pritzker. The Illinois State Police and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency are working with local authorities and I will continue to monitor the situation he added.

In an assertion to neighborhood media, Amazon representative Richard Rocha said The wellbeing of our workers and accomplices is our main concern at this moment. According to US media reports, one person was killed and 20 others were trapped in a nursing home in the state of Arkansas. Another death was reported in the same state.

No less than two individuals were killed in a tempest in Tennessee, a crisis the board official told neighborhood media.

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