Deadliest Tornados

        As the weather keeps on changing throughout the years, sometimes there can be extreme weathers such as an F5 tornado. But what you will read right now, is about the worlds deadliest tornadoes throughout America.  

       On June 8, 1953 in Flint, Michigan, an F5 tornado started. It lasted for 3 days and this tornado killed 116 people. It damaged a total of $2.56 billion of Michigan’s property. there was also a total of 46 tornadoes. This was the 10th deadliest tornado.

       The 5th deadliest tornado started on April 5, 1936 and ended on April 6, 1936. This tornado killed about 436 people and damaged a total of $13 million dollars. There were 17 tornadoes around. It lasted for about 15-16 hours.

     The deadliest tornado in the world was held in Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana in March 18, 1925. It was a F5 tornado and it killed about 695 people. It lasted for about 3.5 days. The total number of tornadoes was 9.

    These are the one of the deadliest tornadoes ever recorded in America.

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