US Tornado: A hurricane struck five US states on Saturday. Most of the disasters were in the state of Kentucky, where 70 people died. At the same time, the tornado also wreaked havoc on the Amazon warehouse in the state of Illinois. And there is a possibility of major damage here. Hurricane Kentucky has wreaked havoc in the southeastern US state of Kentucky. It is feared that at least 50 people may have died due to the storm. Kentucky Governor Andy Bezier said the storm had devastated several districts.
He said it was the deadliest storm in Kentucky history. “I’m afraid more than 50 people will die. Maybe this number could be 70 to 100, which is devastating,” he said.
The governor said the collapse of the roof of a candle factory in Mayfield caused “massive casualties”. The governor said a state of emergency had been declared just before midnight. The storm has affected many states in the United States.
Gov. Andy Bessier says at least 50 people have been killed in a typhoon in the US state of Kentucky. pic.twitter.com/1xZpK3Fc8r
– ANI (ANI) December 11, 2021
Several emergency vehicles were found near an Amazon warehouse near Edwardsville, Illinois. It is unclear how many people were injured, but the Collinsville Emergency Management Agency in Illinois called it a “massive accident” on Facebook. An official told KTVVI-TV that more than 100 people working night shifts feared the building might have been inside when it collapsed.
Meanwhile, Amazon spokesman Richard Rocha said in a written statement Friday night, “The safety and well-being of our employees and associates is now our top priority.”
Illinois Gov. JP Pritzker said: “My prayers are with the people of Edwardsville.” “Both our Illinois State Police and the Illinois Emergency Management Agency are working closely with local authorities and I will continue to monitor the situation,” he said.
Craighead County official Marvin Day told local news channels that rescuers had successfully rescued those trapped inside the building, while the building was “significantly destroyed.”
In Tennessee, at least two people were killed in storm-related incidents, an emergency management official told local media.
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