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A wave of tornado and storms destroyed the South buildings across the Alabama and killed more than 100 people in four states of the USA. At least 72 people died in Alabama state, including the count 15+ when a massive tornado devastated Tuscaloosa. The Alabama mayor said that the sections of the city to the University of Alabama have been completely destroyed, and the infrastructure is overwhelmed. 11 deaths were reported in state Mississippi. The University of Alabama is located in Tuscaloosa. Classes have been canceled for today.


The image give blow is showing the paramedics team lifting a kid out of a crushed home, with many neighboring buildings in the city of more than 90,000 looks like a trash. The hospital management reported its emergency room had admitted at least 120 people. President Barack Obama said he is in contact with Alabama Gov Robert Bentley and he has accepted his demand for emergency federal aid, including search and rescue team.

Reports on the quantity of fresh and spent fuel together at all 6 Fukushima reactors is somewhere between 2000 and 5000 metric tons. When the fuel within the reactors is included, Browns Ferry may have almost as much radioactive fuel in its 3 reactors as are contained in all Fukushima's 6 reactors. The furthermost threat to the Birmingham area would be between 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. The weather service expects to narrow that time frame by Wednesday morning.


For more information stay tuned with This footage shows the density of destruction in Alabama State


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