As a result of strong tornadoes in Alabama killed 23 people

Yesterday, March 3, in the Southeast of the United States was the tornado that took the lives of 23 people, including children.

Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones called the damage «catastrophic.» Several residents are still missing. Search and rescue operation continues.

«Our hearts are with those who died because of the storm that struck today in Lee County. Praying for your family and all those whose homes or businesses suffered», — said the Governor of Alabama Kay ivy.

Parts of Eufaula, Alabama (Barbour County) are now unrecognizable after a strong tornado hit earlier today.

This includes the Northside Fire Station located next to the Municipal Airport… the insulation from that building is now tangled in the snapped trees. #ALwx

— Amanda Curran ☼ (@WSFA_Amanda) March 4, 2019

Dozens injured, according to staff regional hospitals.

«We still have people pull out from-under fragments» — the Lee County coroner bill Harris said last night. «We’ll be here all night.»

At least 14 people are dead after a tornado touched down in Lee County, Alabama. Children are among the victims.

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In the area there was virtually no electricity. As you can see in the photos and videos from social networks, pieces of trash and tree branches lie on the roadsides.

As reported by the national weather service, on a scale of Fujita masatake, this tornado belongs to the category of F3, that is accompanied by winds 254-331 km per hour. Such a strong tornado rips roofs from homes and break part of the vertical walls, overturns or reverses the train pulls out by the roots trees, lifts trucks and tearing construction with steel shell.