Deadly Tornado Outbreak Leaves Bowling Green, Kentucky Unrecognizable



Hundreds of homes and businesses in neighborhoods of Bowling Green, Kentucky are unrecognizable after a deadly tornado outbreak. In the hard-hit Warren County, the death toll is now at 11 and rising.» Subscribe to NBC News:
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Deadly Tornado Outbreak Leaves Bowling Green, Kentucky Unrecognizable

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  1. At 80 seconds the narrator says , " Meanwhile at Western Kentucky University , this surveillance camera may have captured the " tornado 's" moment of impact ". I'm not trying to be rude , but I don't see any tornado in all that lightning . I did see an explosion of light in the downtown area that looked like a DEW weapon hitting roofs , but I didn't see any tornado. Either the University's camera caught a tornado or it didn't. Why is this narrator saying the camera " M a y " have caught the moment of impact. ?? If a tornado hit downtown Bowling Green amongst all that lightning , we would definitely be able to see the tornado . Amateur photographers caught the E4 on the ground in Missouri that night every time lightning illuminated the sky. Why won't the University release photographs of this alleged " tornado " that hit downtown Bowling Green if such a tornado was what caused all that destruction ? The public deserves to know the truth.

  2. Mother nature has struck again. I wonder why there was a tornado outbreak so late in the year. Maybe it's because a good portion of the country has been experiencing mild temperatures recently. My condolences go out to those who lost friends and family in these storms.😔💐 I know what it's like to be in the path of a tornado in the area. I lived in NC for a year and a good chunk of the state (with the exception of the mountains) get tornadoes a lot.

  3. my GOD those poor people!!!! STRICTER building codes and NEWconstruction materials MUST be done now!!!!!! sTARTING WITH CONCRETE BUNKERS UNDERGROUND..Steel framing made MANDATORY for all new construction…STEEL REBAR REINFORCED roofing THICK plastic fencing etc etc

  4. We also lost many businesses and it hit our largest industrial park destroying one plant completely and damaging several others. Unfortunately our death toll is now at 15 with 15 others unaccounted for as of today. Thank you for the media coverage.

  5. Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, the Life. No one comes to the Father except through Him. There is no other intermediary. May Jesus Bless you, trust Him, give your life – and He will take care of it. Christ's Coming Is Near. Don't wait, come back while you still have time.

  6. Lived in bowling green since 2007. Never seen anything like this, but this is a strong community. Whole neighborhoods out helping one another, our first responders along with help from nearby counties have been working hard.

  7. I am so sorry for all the misery these folks are now going through…but also I am flabbergasted (perhaps blubbergasted would be more appropriate) at all the obeasity! Almost everyone is way-way beyond just being over-weight…

  8. even 70mph wind gusts leave damages to trees and property, which is quickly becoming commonplace. we didn't have such windstorms in the past, but now I am afraid what to do, whether to move or if more and as severe windstorms come what will happen next. This is in the Northeastern states. These 150mph twisters are like atomic bombs in their destruction. Climate change, warming temperature, and the wild temperature swings, we are all damned.

  9. Sad what happened, but those states that were hit by the tornado were the same people that said when New Orleans was hit years ago, it was because "the devil lived there". I guess the devil lives there too

  10. Keep in mind that anyone involved in the coal industry is DIRECTLY responsible for all these destruction and deaths, not only in the US and Canada but all countries, including the main villains, India, China and Australia.

  11. An Inconvenient Truth is a 2006 American concert/documentary film directed by Davis Guggenheim about former United States Vice President Al Gore's campaign to educate people about global warming We have been WARNED and more stronger tornados are to come. The GOP don't believe in science and we supported and now living with the results of the GOP's ignorance

  12. Just remember during the Orange clowns 4 years, weather disasters were not handled properly by him except for the Iowa dereracho. But Hawaii's volcanoes or California's fires and earthquakes and anywhere else that got hit with hurricanes he didn't lift a finger and Joe Biden immediately sends help

  13. Just don’t understand why the government didn’t act faster and force people out of their homes before the tornado hits the town? Now after math they saying it’s devastated,! Well duh it’s your responsibility to make sure citizens are safe for God sake .

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