In the American state of Alabama on Wednesday was struck by a powerful tornado. In the result, three people were killed, four children were seriously injured, reports USA Today.
The disaster destroyed or damaged several homes in Jackson County in the northeast of the state. The strong wind has torn off electric wires, having left without light about 3,500 people, reports NBC News. Traffic on some highways were blocked due to uprooted and fallen hurricane trees.
In particular, according to media reports, a tornado destroyed the Church and a kindergarten, and also tore the roof off the Motel.
The national weather service had issued a tornado warning, advising people to leave dangerous areas or stay in a safe shelter.
Currently, the authorities provide assistance to the victims and count the material damage caused by the elements. Note, a tornado is raining down on US regularly, including are suffering from Alabama. Basically, the tornado season lasts from early spring to mid-summer.
Ider Christian Academy Daycare also wiped out completely pic.twitter.com/RwiZrk1oYc