Tornado in three American States destroyed the building, 100 of thousands of residents without power

In Indiana, Arkansas and Georgia was swept by a devastating tornado and strong winds. More than 100,000 households were left without electricity.

The most serious damage, the disaster has brought in some areas of Indiana, where the storms had felled trees and poles, and destroyed buildings.

By Wednesday evening more than 100 000 clients Duke Energy and Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) were left without electricity. On the morning of Thursday, April 9, 19 thousand people were still without electricity.

Damaged the city Mooresville, which struck several buildings.

Take a look at these photos. This area was hit hard. Families in the area say they had only a couple of minutes to take cover.

— Jurnee Taylor (@_JurneeTaylor) April 9, 2020

«Downtown in tiny Mooresville (Indiana) was badly injured,» tweeted local resident, put up a photo.

The city of Franklin shared a photo of the damage to the pub, «Jefferson Street», on his page on Facebook, urging residents to avoid the city centre.

«Please stay safe and avoid the city center, so our crews were able to clean up. Thank you!» — stated in the message.

There has been significant damage in Franklin. Please be safe when traveling and avoid downtown so our crews can get everything cleaned up. Thank you!💙

Geplaatst door City of Franklin, Indiana — Government op Woensdag 8 april 2020

On Wednesday evening, a tornado also struck the County of Poinsett in Arkansas, causing significant damage. County Sheriff Kevin molder urged residents to stay home. According to him, the tornado damaged more than 30 houses, there are victims.

More than 4,000 Entergy Arkansas customers remained without electricity. In Georgia, tornado warning was issued for Berrien and Lanier counties in South-Western part of the state.

The Berrien County EMA Director Angie Rutland said that throughout the district were broken power lines.