Worst Tornado Ever Kills Almost 100 People In Kentucky, US

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The governor of the United States of America’s state of Kentucky had warned that the tornado could kill over 70 people overnight, especially people who worked in candle factories.

The governor of the United States of America’s state of Kentucky, Andy Beshear, said the death figure could rise to 100 or over as he tagged the tornado as the worst tornado in the state’s history.

“The death figure is getting closer to between 70 and 100, and it is devastating.” He revealed

Tornadoes caused damage across the United States of America, with workers who were trapped in an Amazon warehouse in Illinois.

Worst Tornado Ever Kills Almost 100 People In Kentucky, US

Over 100 people were in a candle factory in Mayfield, Kentucky, when the tornado appeared.

The Amazon warehouse, which is located in Edwardsville, Illinois, was destroyed by the tornado.

It is not yet clear how many people were injured when the Amazon Building collapsed, but emergency services have called the incident a “mass casualty incident” on social media.

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The police said that the tornado caused significant damage across the state. A train was carried from its track when the tornado went near it. The train was blown away by strong winds in Hopkins County.

The Sheriff of the police also revealed how they found children who were reported missing during the tornado incident. They were found in a bathtub while the heavy wind blew outside.

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