August 15, 2022
Tornado strikes southeastern United States;  The governor of Kentucky says at least 50 people have died in the world

Tornado strikes southeastern United States; The governor of Kentucky says at least 50 people have died in the world

Strong hurricane hit the southeast To us Friday night (10) leaving at least four states dead, wounded and devastated, according to U.S. Vehicles.

In Kentucky, Democratic Gov. Andy Bessier said at least 50 people are likely to have died.

In an interview with local television WLKY this Saturday morning, he said, “This is the worst hurricane damage we have seen in a long time.” He declared a state of emergency and activated the state’s National Guard to assist in the relief of the affected areas.

In Mayfield, a candle factory was in operation when it was struck by a hurricane. According to WLKY, more than 100 people inside the building are being rescued.

In Tennessee, extreme weather killed at least three people until this Saturday morning., According to a representative of the state emergency organization.

In Arkansas, the hurricane destroyed the roof of a nursing home, killing at least one person and injuring five others, a district judge said.

In Illinois, the hurricane devastated much of the Amazon supply depot. This Saturday, the district police confirmed that the facility area had collapsed. This information is from the “Washington Post” newspaper.

Amazon shed destroyed by hurricane in Edwardsville, Illinois – Photo: Chris Phillips / Maverick Media Group, LLC via Reuters

The so-called “four-fold hurricane” is stronger and longer than usual at this time of year, according to experts consulting the Washington Post.

Authorities in four states – Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee – reported various damages, such as the collapse of structures. Many more are trapped in the affected areas.

According to the newspaper, he may have traveled more than 380 kilometers past the city of Monette in the state of Arkansas to Mayfield, one of the worst-affected cities in Kentucky. If it had been in contact with the ground unhindered, it would have been the longest hurricane route in U.S. history and the first track to cross four states.

More than 290,000 consumers in six states were without electricity as of Saturday (11) morning, according to the website poweroutage.us.