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19 tornadoes swept across five states of the United States, more than 100 people trapped in Amazon warehouses

19 tornadoes swept across five states of the United States, more than 100 people trapped in Amazon warehouses

The Amazon warehouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, collapsed in a large area.

December 11 – According to several media reports such as CNN, on the 10th local time, the central part of the United States was hit by a storm, and 19 tornadoes swept 5 states.

According to the Storm Forecast Center of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky and Illinois have reported tornadoes, and more than 5500 million people across the United States are under serious threat.

Extreme weather has had a bad impact on all parts of the United States. The Amazon building in Illinois has partially collapsed, and more than 100 people have been trapped so far.

The governor of Kentucky is worried that tornadoes may kill more than 50 people in the state. After several buildings were destroyed, the state declared a state of emergency. In addition, power outages occurred in several states, affecting at least 15.7 million people.

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