Tornadoes, Floods Leave At least 6 Dead In Oklahoma, Texas And Louisiana

 Thursday, April 23, 2020

 USA Today

Severe storms continued to roar across the Deep South on Thursday after floods and apparent tornadoes hit part of Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana a day earlier, killing at least 6 people and leaving thousands without power.

In southern Oklahoma, a trailer worker’s body was found a quarter mile from the factory where he worked after an apparent tornado slammed the town of Madill in Marshall County, according to Emergency Management Director Robert Chaney.

Donny Raley, the city’s emergency manager, said the storm hit around 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and caused widespread damage.