The tornado that ripped through Washington, Ill. left a wake of destruction in its path. Where neighborhoods once stood, only rubble remains. TODD SLUDER | Courtesy Photo

Tornado sweeps through midwest: BYU-Idaho students feel the impact


The tornado that ripped through Washington, Ill. left a wake of destruction in its path. Where neighborhoods once stood, only rubble remains. TODD SLUDER | Courtesy Photo

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According to CNN, state emergency officials in Missouri said a tornado may have hit Scott County, where heavy winds overturned three rail cars and four mobile homes.

In Nashville, Ill., two deaths have been reported after a tornado with estimated peak winds of 168 mph hit, and three people in far southern Illinois died from what was believed to be a tornado there: two in the Brookport area and one in Unionville, according to CNN.

Matt Friedlein, a weather service meteorologist in the area, said that tornados at this time of year are more common than people might think.

“People can fall into complacency because they don’t see severe weather and tornadoes, but we do stress that they should keep a vigilant eye on the weather and have a means to hear a tornado warning because things can change very quickly,” Friedlein said.



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