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The number of victims of the hurricane in Missouri exceeded 130 people
According to the government of the U.S. state of Missouri, the victims of a powerful tornado that hit Joplin last week, have at least 132 people.
Dozens of people are still among the missing.
A series of tornadoes that hit the southern U.S. in late April, was the most significant in the history of the country, as reported by the U.S. Weather Service, reports BBC.
"On Sunday, May 29, President Barack Obama will travel to the city of Joplin, Missouri, to visit those who lost so much during the historic tornado that struck the state last week. The president first examine areas affected by the disaster, and then make a short speech at the service in memory of the victims, organized Governor Jay Nixon and local clergy, "- said in a White House.
Obama and the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Craig Fugate will also meet with local officials to better coordinate efforts to rebuild the region, RIA "Novosti".
"The president also thanked rescue workers and volunteers, the first to arrive to help and have already done so much for the comfort of the victims and to help the local community in the long-term recovery," — the report says.
According to the latest data, in Missouri at least 232 people are still missing. Disaster victims were 126 inhabitants of the city of Joplin, through the center of a tornado is "paved" road length of ten kilometers and a width of one kilometer. For a few days in the states of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas by a tornado killed 16 others.
U.S. National Weather Service on Thursday warned of the threat of tornadoes in more than ten states. According to forecasters, the passage of strong tornadoes is expected from southern Texas to Ohio to the northwest of the country.