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35 Tornadoes Reported Across The South Left At Least 7 Dead

 Friday, January 13, 2023


At least seven people, including a child, were killed Thursday as severe storms swept across the South, where ferocious winds sent residents running for cover, blew roofs off homes and knocked out power to thousands.

Yet the death toll could rise, as authorities were ‘finding more bodies’ Friday morning in central Alabama’s hard-hit Autauga County, Coroner Buster Barber said.

Recovery efforts will continue Friday after the storms damaged power lines, severed tree limbs and sent debris flying into streets in Alabama, Georgia and Kentucky, where at least 35 preliminary tornado reports were recorded as of Thursday evening, according to the Storm Prediction Center.

At least six people died in Alabama’s Autauga County, Barber had said Thursday.

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