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“It's pure destruction.”

“It's pure destruction.”

Severe cyclones and cyclones It killed at least two people and caused significant damage in the United States. States were particularly affected Indiana, Ohio and KentuckyAs reported by local media.

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is there More than 20 people were injuredReport CNN. In a few hours, according to the broadcaster ABC News At least eight tornadoes were counted Thursday evening.

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Two people are inside Lakeview (Ohio), Sheriff Randall Dodds said Friday night in a community of mobile homes (portable houses) in the storm, about 200 kilometers north of Dayton, according to media reports. “The damage here is unbelievable,” NBC News quoted him as saying.

“It's pure destruction.”

“It's pure devastation,” said the president of the local chamber of commerce Lake view, Amber FaganBroadcaster ABC 6 News. “I have never seen anything like this in my life. Our community building was destroyed, our laundry business is gone,” he added. Photos published in local media showed shuttered houses and broken trees.

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In a small town Winchester (Indiana) “Many, many serious injuries,” a police spokesman said. He could not give exact numbers. At least three deaths were reported there earlier. However, the spokesperson could not confirm this. An accurate picture of the situation is possible only after inspecting the collapsed buildings.

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in the district Randolph, where Winchester is located, a supermarket and fast food restaurant were also destroyed. In Selma, a city of 750 people 25 kilometers to the west, the storm damaged 50 percent of all buildings, the Civil Defense Agency said. Fortunately, there were only a few people with minor injuries. Even from the town Milton (Kentucky), there were reports of at least 50 buildings damaged by the storms.

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There are reports of power outages in many places due to faulty cables. About 50,000 homes in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky were without power as of Friday morning, according to the site Poweroutage.us. Many schools were closed on Friday.

Severe storms hit Kansas and Missouri on Wednesday. Hail fell in places – with baseball-sized clumps. The US media is talking about “Gorilla Hail”. Meanwhile, heavy snow fell in Colorado.

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