Deadly Overnight Tornadoes Strike Several States



Several deadly tornadoes ripped across several states in the south and Midwest, the hardest hit being Kentucky, where a candle factory roof has collapsed and dozens are feared dead. NBC’s Morgan Chesky reports. 

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Responses (45)

  1. I don't know if my sister & niece are dead or alive. They live smack dab in the middle of Tennessee. There's no way to try & contact them. I've been sick to my stomach for days. I'm hurt, angry, depressed, & feel hopeless and helpless. If there is a "God" he sure is a Prankster I'll tell you that much.

  2. This is so sad lives were changed in seconds…… You have to just be grateful for life but it just saddens me that this had to take place. My prayers are with everyone that is dealing with this unexpected circumstance.

  3. A "TURNAROUND" is coming..
    Tornados are not permanent God will turn them into abundance, sorrow into joy, your enemies into your advantage , his favour to you is coming, amplitude, blessings, increase, say amen?

  4. Why do people live in tornado alleys? It causes massive destruction and
    leaves the taxpayer on the hook when it strikes. Instead of moving out
    they say "rebuild." What for? To wait for it to happen all over again?
    Makes no sense.

  5. only in capitalist America they allow people to build cardboard houses in tornado ally we know debt is money but American doesn't need more debt, we have the technology to built stronger houses and minimize the damage and people suffering

  6. ربي يحمي امريكا 🇺🇸الارض الذي انا أحبها ، ‏تعازينا إلى ولاية كنتاكي والى جميع الولايات المتضررة😭😭😭

    My Lord protect America 🇺🇸the land that I love, our condolences to Kentucky State and to all the affected states 🙏😭

  7. Bezos, Oprah, lebron, gates , springsteen, can rebuild the state if they really care.
    Don't ask little folk, put up all of your cash elitists!
    You talk a good talk…..time to put up$$$$$$$$$$$

  8. WOW such devastation, Luckily, we live in a hybrid socialist country where tax dollars from better off states like New York and California can be used to help these people in Kentucky YES that is what socialism is ,

    Police, fire dept, sanitation, military, National Guard , parks, Medicare , Medical, Social Security , freeways, etc etc ALL SOCIALIST

    so do yourselves a favor and stop being terrified by a word.

  9. This is why they call it a 50 year storm. Nearby Illinois had an F5 tornado in December 1957. It crossed multiple states because that is where all those states intersect. Look outside, I’d it flat? Are you in the Midwest? Guess what you get tornadoes. If you don’t want to deal with tornadoes, move to the mountains.

  10. I recall vividly how the hurricane damage in Louisiana and Texas was blamed on Pres. Bush. Now I BLAME this disaster on Demented Joe BIden. Go ahead and hate me. I Don't give a F***. Just putting the idiotic shoe on the other club foot.

    My prayers then, and now, are for the unfortunate PPL harmed in the path of this natural disaster.

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