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At least 13 people were killed overnight as a line of tornadoes marched across the Midwest, flattening parts of several towns.
Forecasters warned more twisters could strike the Tennessee Valley and southern Appalachians through Wednesday evening as the storm system moved east.
What is thought to have been a tornado swept through the town around 5 a.m. local time, destroying 35-40 homes, according to local TV station KFVS12.
.. anyways, if you are out there duck your heads because it sounds like its not over yet.
said the apparent twister appeared to "jump side to side" as it moved down the entertainment district, right through the convention center, across a lake and into a housing division.
Originally posted by ka119
What are everyone's thoughts on this being controlled?
Or thoughts on the 'apparent' tornadoes?
I thought that it was very interesting how the news report kept labeling the tornadoes as 'alleged' and 'apparent'..