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Tornados Create Havoc in Kentucky, Indiana Monday, November 07, 2005

This picture came from CNN, shot in Evansville, IN. It's a photo of the remains of a mobile home park.

With friends and family on both sides of the river, I was particularly interested in this story. While my family was ok, many others were not. Reports say the death tolls were the highest for a twister since 1974. In case some don't remember, 1974 was a legend in the meteorology field because tornados literally broke out all over the country. They were everywhere.

Anyway thoughs and prayers go to those who've lost during this nasty storm. Here's a link to the CNN story.

(CNN) -- A day after a deadly tornado tore through the southern Indiana countryside, searchers pulled a body from a lake at a devastated mobile home park, according to the Vanderburgh County Coroner's Office.

The death toll at the park near Evansville rose to 18 with the discovery. Searchers were still draining the shallow lake, the only area of the trailer park they had yet to search.

Sunday's twister, part of a line of thunderstorms that smashed through the region about 2 a.m. Sunday, killed at least 22 people. Four people died in neighboring Warrick County.

posted by Stithmeister @ 1:38 PM

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