Record-breaking Tornado Hits Kentucky, Illinois

A tornado that touched down for a record 200-plus miles left a wide path of destruction through Western Kentucky

As you have probably heard, a tornado that touched down for a record 200-plus miles left a wide path of destruction through Western Kentucky, killing more than 70, ripping off roofs, and destroying towns along the way. In addition to individual houses, the storm ripped the roof of churches, tapped residents in nursing homes, derailed trains, destroyed an Amazon warehouse, and killed many of the people working in a candle factory. The photos accompanying this article from the Daily Mail make it look like a warzone.

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Author: The Pickled Prepper

Pete the Pickled Prepper lives on an isolated homestead on the side of a mountain deep in in rural America. He has been preparing for the end of the world for more than 25 years.