Tornadoes Flatten City Blocks In five US States: More than 70 Dead till now

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 U.S. states in one night, killing more than 70 people in Kentucky on Saturday and the death toll at an Amazon warehouse in Illinois, which has been hit by a “catastrophic” as nearly 100 people inside were trapped inside.

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The town west of Mayfield, Kentucky, was not in a “storm” – “a great catastrophe,” said one official.

All the buildings in the city were demolished, houses and buildings were demolished, metal, trees and bricks were scattered on the streets, according to photos and videos posted on social media. ,

Governor Andy Beshear told a news conference this afternoon, “We were sure we would lose more than 50 Kentuckies. Now I’m sure the number is north of 70. It’s actually more than 100 in the last day. It’s possible.” Mayfield.

Earlier, Beshear said the roof of the Mayfield candle factory collapsed, causing “many accidents” there.

At least one person has died after the demolition of an old age home in Monet, Arkansas, a district official said. Local media reported that one had died elsewhere in the province.

The cities of Missouri and Tennessee have also been hit by severe storms in recent years.

President Joe Biden wrote on Twitter that these powerful storms had created an “unimaginable disaster” in the region and vowed to provide all the necessary government assistance.

Lori Wootton was at her daughter’s home in Dawson Springs, a suburb of Kentucky — about 40 miles [70 km] northwest of Mayfield — when, she said, a hurricane was approaching.

“At first, you know, we just heard the rain,” he told CNN, “and suddenly, it sounded like a train.

“It didn’t take that long … three or four seconds was gone. But when we went outside and started looking at the damage, it was amazing.”

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The storm, which first hit Missouri, hit Kentucky more than 200 miles away, said Governor Beshear.

The longest hurricane ever struck by the United States was 130 miles [219 km] from Missouri in 1925. Strong and destructive – as long-distance hurricanes often do – we killed 695 people.

Pictures of recent storms from US news stations showed black cylinders moving down, illuminated by electric lights.

At least four counties in Kentucky have been left out.

“Mayfield in Graves County will be an egg,” Kentucky emergency management director Michael Dossett told CNN earlier Saturday. “The city has been hit hard, with great damage,” he said.

The governor announced the emergency just before midnight and said a large number of search and rescue services had been deployed.

According to PowerOutage.com, about 200,000 homes in Kentucky and Tennessee have been left helpless.

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