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Tornado Death Toll Climbs to 49

Posted by feww on March 3, 2012

Deadly storms claim at least 36 more lives Friday—weekly total 49

  • Extreme weather devastates large region from the Ohio Valley to the Gulf Coast, spawning 80 tornadoes

  • Kentucky declares state of emergency for the entire state; 14 confirmed dead

  • Indiana: Storm kills at least 16

  • Ohio declares state of emergency in Clermont County; five people confirmed dead

  • Alabama: At least one person confirmed dead in Tallapoosa County, Alabama

Extreme weather devastated a vast region from the Ohio Valley to the Gulf Coast, spawning a large cluster of about 80 tornadoes that struck 10 states in the Midwest and south on Friday, killing at least 31 people, injuring scores more and destroying or damaging many hundreds of buildings.

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  • Kentucky. Governor Steve Beshear declared a statewide emergency Friday following deadly tornadoes which claimed at least 14 lives.
  • Indiana. The southeastern corner of the state was severely damaged; at least 16 people were confirmed dead.
    • “Marysville is completely gone,” said Clark County Sheriff’s Maj. Chuck Adams [Marysville is located 10 miles north of Charlestown along Ind. 3.]
    • “We knew this was coming. We were watching the weather like everyone else,” Clark County Sheriff Danny Rodden said. “This was the worst-case scenario. There’s no way you can prepare for something like this.”
    • Several other small towns in southern Indiana have been leveled, reports said.

  • Ohio. A state of emergency was declared in Clermont County, after tornadoes caused severe damage leaving at least 5 dead.
  • Alabama. Tornadoes devastated two northern Alabama counties destroying or damaging about 250 homes.
    • Storms left at least one person dead in Tallapoosa County

Tornado Stats


Source: SPC; additional stats added by FIRE-EARTH

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