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Mass die-offs from human impact and planetary response to the assault could occur by early 2016

Deadly Tornadoes Strike Southeastern U.S.

Posted by feww on November 17, 2011

Tornadoes wreak havoc across the Southeast, leaving 5 dead and many injured

A strong storm system moved across southeastern US spawning 16 reported tornadoes, killing at least 5 and injuring many more. Dozens of homes and buildings were left damaged across 7 states.

Disaster Calendar 2011 – November 17

[November 17, 2011]  Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,581 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History


At least 16 tornado reports were reported to SPC, as of posting.

  • North Carolina. At least one person died when tornadoes touched down in NC, Gov. Bev Perdue said.
    • “We have reports that tornadoes touched down in Randolph and Davidson counties [Wednesday] evening, causing a fatality in Davidson,” she said.
    • About a dozen people were injured and at least 3 dozen structures were damaged in the area.
  • Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Several EF 2 tornadoes reportedly touched down injuring 15 people across several counties, with Jones County being the worst-hit.
  • South Carolina. At least 3 people were killed and up to a dozen others  injured when a tornado swept through a rural community about 20 miles south of Charlotte, N.C.
  • Georgia. At least one person was killed when a tree fell on a sport utility vehicle, a report said.
  • Alabama. “In eastern Alabama, a suspected twister splintered trees and demolished mobile homes at a pair of housing parks near the Auburn University campus,” the report said.
    • Tens of thousands of customers were left without power in Montgomery, the state capital.
  • Louisiana. A suspected tornado swept through Houma, southern Louisiana damaging several homes.
  • Pittsylvania, Virginia. Strong winds caused extensive roof damage to several building including the building housing the Unique Industries, according to reports received by SPC.
    • Dozens of trees were uprooted or splintered.
    • Numerous tractor trailers were  blown over.
    • Water tanks were tossed about.
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