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At least three people have died in tornadoes in Central America

At least three people have died in tornadoes in Central America

A tornado caused massive damage in three Central American states Thursday evening. At least three people were killed in Logan County, Ohio, according to Sheriff Randall Todd. A tornado warning was issued Thursday for more than 13 million people, and in addition to parts of Ohio, the storm also passed through counties in Indiana and Kentucky.

According to Sheriff Todds, the devastation in Ohio was overwhelming and heavy equipment was needed to search for the injured. According to the president of the local chamber of commerce, the hurricane caused “major damage” in the Indian Lake area.

According to officials, 38 people were injured in Indiana, although earlier reports that residents had been killed were later unconfirmed. According to Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear, the tornado passed through Gallatin and Trimble counties. However, no one was injured.

Hurricanes occur frequently in Central and South America. According to scientists, man-made global warming is increasing the number of extreme weather events around the world.

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