Tornadoes Ravage Midwest States Causing Multiple Deaths And Massive Destruction (VIDEO)

Multiple tornadoes tore through midwestern states this weekend causing at least 70 deaths and destroying homes and other structures.

While tornadoes are not uncommon, this disaster was different based on the number of twisters and the amount of destruction.

It’s going to take a long time to rebuild after this.

NBC News reports:

‘Quad-State Tornado’ crossed four states in four hours, a rare December tornado

One of the deadly tornadoes that erupted under the cloak of darkness overnight Friday into the early hours of Saturday, leaving at least 70 dead, may have set the record for the longest continuous tornado in American history.

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The devastating outbreak, which included more than 30 tornado reports across six states stretching across the Mississippi Valley, Southeast and Midwest, is also an extremely rare event this late into the year.

One tornado, being called the “Quad-State Tornado” ripped across four states in four hours (Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Kentucky), slamming communities such as Monette, Arkansas, and Mayfield, Kentucky, which were two of the hardest hit towns.

There were at least eight tornado emergencies issued, a designation which is reserved for the most life-threatening tornado events when a confirmed large and dangerous tornado is headed toward people.

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The tornado that devastated the town of Mayfield was produced by a parent thunderstorm that traveled more than 230 miles across four states over the course of four hours.

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Pray for the victims of this horrible disaster.



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