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Severe Storms Kill At Least 21 Across Several States

By Cameron Breckenridge


Deadly storms tore through parts of the central and southern U.S. over the weekend, killing at least 21 people and destroying buildings along the way.

The storms have claimed the lives of residents in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas and Kentucky.

On Sunday, Governor Greg Abbott (R-Texas) announced that 106 of the 254 counties in the Lone Star State were under a disaster declaration following the deadly storms. He stated that seven people were killed and 100 more were left injured from the severe weather.

Abbott also stated that more than 200 homes and other buildings were destroyed. Currently, thousands of people in the state are without power.

“When we got here today there’s about 38,000 people still without power right now,” Abbott said. “Oncor is the major power provider to most of those folks, and they’re working around the clock as we speak right now to try to get them back online.”

Abbott urged residents with storm damage to their homes to reach out to their insurers as soon as possible…


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