Updated videos about the tornado consequences, that caused 90 people injured and killed at least 23 people in the small community of Beauregard, Alabama..
An aerial view from Lee County, Alabama shows some of the destruction from the deadly tornado that struck the area on Sunday. At least 23 people are known dead, including three children. (March 5)
One day after a devastating tornado tore through central Alabama, killing 23 people and injuring dozens more, Gov. Kay Ivey told residents, “I’ve got your back.” (March 4)
23 dead and dozens more missing after massive tornado sweeps through a rural Alabama county; the deadliest U.S. tornado in nearly six years left behind splintered lumber and twisted metal where homes once stood.
Carol Dean grieves her husband who was killed in Sunday’s tornado in Beauregard, Alabama that killed at least 23 people. (March 4)
Drone footage reveals Alabama tornado devastation
President Donald Trump says the nation mourns the loss of those who died in a tornado that rampaged through southeast Alabama, killing at least 23 people, and he pledged federal support for the recovery efforts. (March 4)
A sheriff in southeastern Alabama says canine teams are joining the effort to search for survivors in an area where a tornado killed at least 23 people. (March 4)