Due to bad weather in the southern U.S. killed nine people
At least nine people were killed in storms that passed over several states in the south central United States on April 14-15, reports Associated Press.
Most of the victims died in the rubble of houses destroyed by fallen trees. The victims included several children. According to the agency, accustomed to the bad weather people mostly ignored the warning and authorities were asleep, so could not take refuge in safe places.
Thunderstorms with wind gusts up to 35 meters per second began on Friday night in Oklahoma, then storm front went to Arkansas, and in the evening on Friday moved to Tennessee, Louisiana and Mississippi.
According to the agency, the recent storms and hurricanes in the region have been the most devastating since the beginning of the season.