Two people were killed in the state of Georgia due to the effects of a tornado

One fatal case was confirmed approximately the city of Atlanta, another in Houston County. Both people died under trees that collapsed under the pressure of the wind, writes USA Today.

At least two people were killed in Georgia due to the effects of a tornado in this state. This was reported on its website by the newspaper USA Today, citing local authorities.

One fatal case was confirmed near the city of Atlanta, another in Houston County. Both people died under trees that collapsed under the pressure of the wind.

Earlier, the US National Weather Service warned of the threat of tornadoes in Georgia, Alabama, and other southern states. The wind, which can exceed 30 m/ s, is predicted in the states of Mississippi, North, and South Carolina. In late April – early May, the tornado season begins in the southern United States. This year, it started a little later than usual, but due to the peculiarities of the movement of air masses over the Atlantic, storms, and hurricanes can be stronger than usual, meteorologists warn.

Author: Steve Cowan
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