Bad weather claims 10 lives in the US
At least 10 people lost their lives due to strong winds and hurricanes that affected many states in the USA.
Many damages were reported due to strong winds and hurricanes affecting the northeast and west coast of the country, and more than 1 million people were left without electricity.
Three people died in Alabama when wind knocked down trees. In Mississippi, a person died due to a tree falling on his vehicle.
In Arkansas, a person who was caught in a flood after heavy rain, and in Tennessee, 2 people died as a result of the trees toppled by strong winds. Three people died in three counties of Kentucky, where the storm was intensely effective.
1 MILLION PEOPLE AFFECTED
While the US National Weather Service (NWS) described strong winds of up to 128 kilometers per hour on Friday as “historic”, according to the “PowerOutage.us” site, which tracks power outages across the country, more than 1 million people in Kentucky, Tennessee and Michigan. Many people were left without electricity due to bad weather conditions. (AA)