Towns Across U.S. Picking up Pieces After Deadly Tornados
Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the deadly tornadoes that ripped through the U.S.
Mother Nature gave those hardest hit by killer storms a break, allowing them to start the cleanup after at least 39 people were lost in storm-related deaths. At least 20 people died in Kentucky, 14 in Indiana, three in Ohio, and one each in Alabama and Georgia. One of the dead was 14-month-old Angel Babcock of New Pekin, Indiana, who initially was the only person in her family to survive storm, but was taken off life support yesterday after her condition deteriorated due to swelling in her brain.
In Henryville, Indiana and other areas hit hard by the storm, night-time curfews were declared in the hopes of preventing looting.
See storm clouds and people's reaction in several videos of the event below.
A news reporter was nervous reporting the tornadoes in the area as hail pounds the news station channel 3 In Chattanooga,Tennessee. Not only is it so loud the reporters couldn't hear each other, standing 20 feet apart, but it's big. They get a shot of the hail, which about the size of a golf ball.
Cody Stewart of Harvest, Alabama discusses how his home was hit by a tornado last spring and again this weekend to reporters at the Associated Press.
Henryville Indiana is no more after a tornado ripped through the town. See the incredible devastation.
Tornadoes killed at least 20 people in Kentucky. See the amazing footage of the huge twister in West Liberty.