Tornado wreaks havoc in Alabama, US, government imposes emergency, 7 killed so far – न्यूज़लीड India

Tornado wreaks havoc in Alabama, US, government imposes emergency, 7 killed so far

Tornado wreaks havoc in Alabama, US, government imposes emergency, 7 killed so far


Tornado havoc in Alabama

In Alabama’s Autauga County, which is 66 kilometers northeast of Selma, there were at least six confirmed deaths and an estimated 40 to 50 homes damaged by the storm, Alabama County Emergency Management Director Ernie Baggett said. or have been destroyed. Baggett said officials estimated 40 to 50 homes were damaged or destroyed by the storm, which cut a swath of the county. He said that the fallen trees are being cut through laborers on Thursday evening, so that the jams at different places can be removed. At the same time, relief and rescue operations are also being conducted at many places and the injured people are being searched. Baggett said at least 12 people were seriously injured and were taken to hospital emergency departments.

many houses have been destroyed

many houses have been destroyed

At the same time, Autauga County Coroner Buster Barber said late Thursday that “there are some homes that are completely destroyed, which have not yet been searched.” Butts County Coroner Lacey Prue said the driver of a vehicle died after a tree fell on it in Jackson during the storm. In the same county southeast of Atlanta, a freight train was derailed by the storm, officials said. The US National Weather Service said that, as of Thursday evening, reports of 33 separate tornadoes have been recorded. Tornadoes are still expected in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. At the same time, the total loss is being assessed.

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Bad condition of cities

Bad condition of cities

America’s city of Selma, which has been famous because of the struggles done for the rights of the citizens, the situation there is also very bad. According to reports, several houses in the city have collapsed due to the storm and many cars have been heavily damaged. Traffic poles were uprooted in urban areas, while fires broke out at many places, the plume of smoke emanating from which could be seen from afar. However, James Perkins, the mayor of the city of Selma, said that there were no reports of casualties, but the damage was being assessed. He said that many electric poles have fallen in our place. Let us tell you that Selma city of about 18 thousand people is about 80 kilometers west of Montgomery, the capital of Alabama. It was a flashpoint in the civil rights movement

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