USA Outbreak: Dangerous Back-To-Back Tornadoes Sweep Through South-Eastern Alabama
March 4, 2019 17:13 By Fabiosa
Despite all positive moments, we are announcing sad news for the citizens of southeastern Alabama. The two massive tornadoes hit the city with gruesome aftermath for the locals, who are now left without their shelters and even family or friends.
Authorities notified horrible destructions around Alabama, mainly in Lee County. Hundreds of people are forced to remain without electricity, safety alongside facing tragic outcomes with their closest ones.
The dangerous winter storm swept through the South. According to the last National Weather Service's estimations, the tornadoes were a half-mile wide with dangerous winds between 136 and 165 mph.
Ruefully, at least 23 people are announced dead. It is still unknown the number of missing ones and the demolished buildings in Lee County, Alabama.
People are searching for their beloved ones. One lucky woman finally found her granddaughter after the horrible tornadoes. The two described the place as "a war zone."
REUNITED AFTER THE STORM: An Alabama woman hugs her granddaughter after a possible tornado tore through parts of the state Sunday. The survivor later describes the aftermath as, "a war zone." https://t.co/bHRpJJSGpJ pic.twitter.com/O77e00g4zx— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 4, 2019
Hopefully, everything is going to be alright. No more people will tragically pass away and all people will be found who are missing for now.
Donald Trump's statement and people's prayers
To the great people of Alabama and surrounding areas: Please be careful and safe. Tornadoes and storms were truly violent and more could be coming. To the families and friends of the victims, and to the injured, God bless you all!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 4, 2019
please continues to keep alabama and georgia in your prayers!💕😭✝️— Brianah Shewtchenko (@BShewtchenko) March 4, 2019
Thoughts and prayers for all!— Rescue Girl Friday (@ReedusedUp) March 4, 2019
Lots of prayers 🙏🏻— lyons dee (@Deborah07731078) March 4, 2019
My heart is just broken for my hometown as the death toll rises and the missing keep being doubled. We have families missing children and children without parents. This is the view from our home 🏠 #prayforbeauregard #prayforalabama— Dusti DaSilva (@feedmeinbooks) March 4, 2019
Let's keep those whose lives were cut dramatically in the dangerous tornadoes and pray that this disaster will end very soon.