Laura Croft searches through debris in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, on Monday, near where her mother and aunt were found dead after tornadoes ripped through several US states. Photo: Reuters
Laura Croft searches through debris in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, on Monday, near where her mother and aunt were found dead after tornadoes ripped through several US states. Photo: Reuters

Tornadoes kill at least 74 in Kentucky, with over 100 people missing

  • Victims ranged in age from five months to 86 years old, says Governor Andy Beshear, adding that the death toll is likely to continue rising
  • US President Joe Biden will travel to the state on Wednesday and visit some of the areas hardest hit

Topic |   Natural disasters
Laura Croft searches through debris in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, on Monday, near where her mother and aunt were found dead after tornadoes ripped through several US states. Photo: Reuters
Laura Croft searches through debris in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, on Monday, near where her mother and aunt were found dead after tornadoes ripped through several US states. Photo: Reuters
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