Kentucky Tornadoes: Huge devastation due to cyclonic storm in Kentucky, USA, so far 84 people died

Kentucky Tornadoes: Kentucky Governor Andy Beshir has said it is the most destructive tornado in his state’s history. A severe storm hit the area on Friday night and caused widespread damage in several states. An Arkansas nursing home and an Amazon warehouse in southern Illinois were hit by the storm. Due to this, many people died in parts of the Midwest and South region.

Kentucky Tornadoes

In the US state of Kentucky, there has been huge destruction due to cyclonic storms (Kentucky Tornadoes) . So far 84 people are expected to die due to this dangerous storm. It is being said that the number of dead can go beyond 100. A total of 6 states of America have come in the grip of this storm . According to CNN, hundreds of workers were trapped in many factories during the storm. At present, rescue and relief work is going on on a war footing. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshir has said it is the most devastating tornado in his state’s history.

Kentucky Tornadoes: Huge devastation due to cyclonic storm in Kentucky, USA, so far 84 people died
Kentucky Tornadoes: Huge devastation due to cyclonic storm in Kentucky, USA, so far 84 people died

A severe storm hit the area on Friday night and caused widespread damage in several states. He has also said that people are expected to die in 10 counties from the tornado. US President Joe Biden said that the government would fully help those killed in the storm. He said that it was the most dangerous storm in the history of America. Biden has released emergency funds to help people. He said that due to this storm there is a scene of destruction up to 365 kms.

Several people trapped in a factory

a nursing home in Arkansas in the US and an Amazon warehouse in southern Illinois were hit by a tornado on Friday night. As a result, many people died and many others were injured in parts of the Midwest and South. Police Chief Mike Philback said at least one person died at an Amazon warehouse in Edwardsville, Illinois. The roof of the building collapsed and the wall of a football field collapsed. Philback said two people were taken by helicopter to hospitals in St. Louis.

He said that around 30 people present in the building have been taken to the nearest police station for identification.

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