Kentucky tornadoes: Race to find missing in flattened US towns

Posted on AllSides December 13th, 2021
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Kentucky's governor reflected on the "unspeakable trauma" in his state, as he confirmed that weekend tornadoes have killed at least 64 residents.

The victims ranged in age from as young as five months to 86 years old and come from at least eight different counties, with 18 people still unidentified.

Governor Andy Beshear said on Monday at least 105 people remain missing and more deaths may be confirmed soon.

Search and rescue efforts have been continuing across Western Kentucky.

Emergency workers, including 300 members of the National Guard, have been...

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