Winter weather wreaks havoc from coast to coast, impacting nearly 100 million people and causing a multi-car pileup in western Kentucky Thursday.
Devastating tornadoes this month left more than 90 people dead across five states. Bowling Green, Kentucky was one of the towns hit particularly hard. The tornado took entire families there, killing at least 17 people.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear is thankful for all the support his state has received in the wake of last weekend’s devastating tornadoes. This comes as six Red Cross employees from the Palmetto State, and hundreds more from across the nation, join in to help check people into shelters, serving food and providing spiritual care.
President Joe Biden visited hard hit areas in Kentucky Wednesday to survey the devastation. Biden attended a storm briefing with emergency officials and then headed to Mayfield and Dawson Springs to survey the damage.
More help is on the way to Kentucky from here in the Palmetto State.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)–South Carolina Red Cross workers are aiding efforts in Mayfield, Kentucky, following the deadly tornadoes that touched down over the weekend. Six Red Cross disaster workers from South Carolina will help check people into shelters, serve food, and provide spiritual care. Mandy McWherter, Interim Regional Director of Communications, with the Red Cross says they are facing challenges with…
ABC NEWS– Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear set up a donation fund that directly helps the victims in Western Kentucky. If you are interested in making a donation you can log onto https://secure.kentucky.gov/formservices/Finance/WKYRelief More than 30 people across five states are now confirmed dead after tornadoes tore through communities across the South and the Midwest over the weekend. Categories: News Tags:…
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