Tornado outbreak likely to become nation’s worst

According to The Weather Channel, shortly before our 10pm newscast the death count in yesterday’s tornado outbreak has surpassed 200 in Alabama alone. Nationwide, tornadoes killed 292. The death toll will rise overnight into Friday when more bodies are found in rubble still not accessible. If that rises above 315, the outbreak of April 27, 2011 will be the worst tornado outbreak in our nation’s history.

There are thousands of people without homes and with so many businesses damaged or destroyed, many have lost their jobs. Please consider making a donation to the American Red Cross. A link is located right here on our blog. -ES

Here is aerial helicopter damage from WBMA-TV, ABC33/40.

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This post was written by qni_it on April 28, 2011

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