Storm In the US: The Michigan State Patrol has confirmed the death of one person, tweeting that more than 40 people have been injured and are being treated in hospitals.
- Severe storm in Gaylord, 1 person died
- 40 people injured, treatment going on in the hospital
- Earlier, the tornado came in Kansas, America
Storm In US: At least one person was killed and more than 40 people were injured after a severe storm hit Gaylord city in northern Michigan, the US on Friday. Vehicles overturned, buildings blew off roofs, and trees uprooted power poles due to the impact of the storm. The storm hit the city of Gaylord, about 370 kilometers northwest of Detroit, where about 4,200 people live at about 3:45 p.m. local time.
Car repair shop owner Mike Klepadlow said he and his staff took refuge in the bathroom. Brian Lawson, a spokesman for Munson Healthcare, said 23 people are being treated at OtesgaOtsego Memorial Hospital and one person has died. He did not reveal the condition of the injured or the identity of the deceased. Confirming one death, the Michigan State Patrol Department tweeted that more than 40 people were injured and being treated in hospitals. Mayor Todd Sharrard said, “I’ve never seen anything like this in my life. I’m shocked.” At the same time, before this, a terrible tornado came in Kansas, America, which caused havoc everywhere. The video of this tornado went viral on social media. The video was shared by American meteorologist Reed Timmer on his Twitter handle. More than 15 thousand people were affected due to this storm. Many people’s homes were destroyed by the storm.