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Kentucky Tornado OUTBREAK 2021, Amazon Warehouse COLLAPSES in Illinois

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100+ KILLED: WORST Tornado Outbreak in Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Arkansas collapsing Amazon warehouse and NURSNG HOME, please subscribe to my channel so you never miss a livestream! HEAR the disturbing audio from INSIDE a COLLAPSED candle factory. At least 50 people are thought to have been killed in Kentucky, and there are multiple fatalities at an Amazon distribution center in Illinois, after at least 24 tornadoes ripped across the South and Midwest of the US on Friday. Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear estimated the toll would 'exceed 50' but could reach 100 after 'some of the worst tornado damage' the state has experienced 'in a long time'. 'This has been one of the toughest nights in Kentucky history and some areas have been hit in ways that is hard to put into words,' Beshear told a news conference early on Saturday. 'I fear that there are more than 50 dead in Kentucky... probably closer to somewhere between 70 and 100, it's devastating.' The governor added the town of Mayfield in far western Kentucky had been devastated and said the damage was 'some of the worst we've seen in a long time.' He said 'dozens' were believed killed in a Mayfield candle factory where 110 were working when the storm hit. Beshear has declared a state of emergency and requested an immediate federal disaster declaration. A spokeswoman for the state's emergency management service said that rescue officials had not confirmed figures for deaths or injuries as of early Saturday. Elsewhere, in southern Illinois, authorities said at least two were dead and up to 50 people were trapped after a roof collapsed at an Amazon warehouse near St. Louis late on Friday, when tornadoes and strong storms blew through the area. At least two were killed and five were injured when a tornado shredded the roof of a nursing home in Monette in northern Arkansas and another person killed in Missouri. A further three people were killed in the severe weather in Tennessee, Dean Flener, spokesman for the state's Emergency Management Agency said.
Posted December 11, 2021
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