Tornado Damage Mayfield Candle Company Photos & Videos: The world is still not completely recover from the lethal COVID-19 as every year the new variant of this virus comes out and now the natural pandemic hits a particular part of the world. The photos and the videos of the damages that is caused due to tornado is making rounds all over the internet. As per the latest reports, a Mayfield candle factory which is Kentucky was devastated by the huge, historic tornado that cut through several states, trapping individuals under the rubble. The name of the business is Mayfield Consumer Products. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Tornado Damage Mayfield Candle Company Photos & Videos
CNN explained Mayfield, a town of just over 10,000 individuals, as “ground zero” for the huge multi-state twister-meaning it is the hardest affected area of Kentucky. One worker of the candle firm, Kyanna Parsons-Perez, live-streamed a video posted on Facebook while trapped in the detritus of the candle factory. The readers can watch her video in this blog, but be aware that some watchers could find it disturbing. She says, “We going to be fine”, describing that her birthday was just 10 hours away and asking other individuals to sing happy birthday to her.
On Saturday, 11th December 2021, Andy Beshear, the governor of Kentucky stated that the death toll in the state was more than 70; it could excel 100 as per the report of Weather.com. As per Weather.com, Beshear stated that “I am not certain that number is north of 70. It may in fact conclude up exceeding 100 prior to the day is done. The damage is even worse now that we have 1st light.” Among the demise are dozens of individuals in the candle factory in Mayfield, a town that suffered huge devastation and destruction. More than 110 individuals were inside the candle firm when the tornado struck, as per CNN.
Chilling video shows the cries of a candle worker trapped inside a factory after a deadly tornado collapsed their building. Kyana Parsons-Perez is speaking out on this horrifying experience amid severe tornado storms across the country. pic.twitter.com/zsr0rhc3RQ
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) December 11, 2021
Dozens of people are dead after tornadoes and severe storms hit the central U.S., with at least 70 estimated killed in Kentucky alone. In Mayfield, Ky., a candle factory was hit, leading to multiple fatalities. https://t.co/2FBYLDy7rR pic.twitter.com/jNeeaVM8eJ
— NPR (@NPR) December 11, 2021
A violent tornado has raked through Mayfield, #KYwx tonight. Numerous folks were hurt & trapped or missing inside the Mayfield Consumer Products building. S&R Continues. Building completely destroyed with vehicles in the roof of it. Governor reporting 50 fatalities in town. pic.twitter.com/LuzwL4xPwC
— Brett Adair (@AlaStormTracker) December 11, 2021
“A roof collapse at a candle factory has resulted in mass casualties.”
Kentucky Governor, Andy Beshear says the city of Mayfield “has been devastated” by a tornado outbreak.
— Sky News (@SkyNews) December 11, 2021
Several individuals were stuck and trapped under rubble for hours as reported by CNN. Beshear stated in a noon press conference that “The level of destruction is unlike anything I have ever watched. This will be, I believe, the lethal and deadliest tornado system to have ever run through Kentucky.” The governor confirmed in a news conference that there were “mass casualties” at the Mayfield candle factory. At the noon press conference, he said he had just come from the factory. He said, “We are gonna lose a lot of lives in that facility. I pray that there will be another rescue. I pray that there will be another 1or 2. But it is a very dire situation at this point.”