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We -- this hour again win another -- weather alert for you because the numbers are fluctuating this morning 36 people.
Are dead at last count dozens more are presumed missing.
After that string of tornadoes ripped through nearly a dozen states the outbreak was one of the worst ever for this time of year.
And -- be getting just incredible video into our newsroom.
One shot is more sort of breathtaking in jaw dropping them the next just how destructive those twisters were.
But in the midst of all the devastation there's been something of a miracle.
Yet two year old girl found in the field about ten miles away from her home in Indiana.
Her name is Angel Angel Babcock tragically her parents.
And two siblings were killed when their trailer was destroyed in the storm.
Right now Angel is alive.
In critical condition -- extended family is looking after her as she recovers in the hospital.
In Louisville, Kentucky the folks -- costs there hospital doing a great job this morning.
And it's just one of the many new stories we're hearing -- people continue to recover from these storms.
And our own Rick Reichmuth has been down there and Henry bill Indiana where the National Weather Service.
Had just classified this I guess is an EF four tornado -- but they're still trying to figure out the actual wind speed is there.
Range at which at how fast this thing could have -- That exactly it.
Yet -- in each category has a win a range.
I so -- is somewhere between a 170.
To a 19095 miles an hour is what we're talking about in in -- for.
Category real quickly on that the young -- -- talking about I can tell you that in the Louisville area were about twenty miles north of Louisville, Kentucky here in Henry -- Indiana.
And everybody in the media and in the town has been talking about this girl in there have been stories coming out and so I want now that they finally have -- name.
And know that this girl's alive and know that all of her family immediate family's been killed and certainly kind of the one story that has impacted this area so much.
I wanna bring in -- -- one or you're with the Indiana task force one.
-- you guys are the guys who are here immediately afterward kind of as as first responders.
This tornado happened that you took a black cock helicopter down here within an hour what did you see when you got here.
Well -- -- arrival we did kind of an air survey with a black -- crew community.
Henry bill and then some of the surrounding area.
It was very apparent that we -- -- with a very large and very large tornado that did a lot of damage.
We've -- -- landed at the high school and moved to the local command posts that are have been established a local fire department first responders -- that.
So you know we show guys on these vehicles and on homes these markings that are on and on home -- and on cars and you see this.
This is you guys write you guys are the ones who are going through and making sure that nobody's trapped inside.
That's correct some the local resources local first responders had done what we call classifieds -- a hasty search.
Looking for people in and piles -- homes that were visible.
May be walking wounded and injured looking in vehicles those types of things.
Marching specializes in a search rescue -- urban setting.
And so that's what we're here do you feel confident that everybody's been accounted for at this point in in -- -- -- all indications from the command posts are now that there is nobody that is reported missing in that we do have accountability.
I'm -- bill is a small town of about two point nine square miles about 19100 people.
And right now we don't have any verified missing persons reports.
-- what we are worried about is is that this is that this is the level of devastation that we usually see in a pretty good size hurricane.
It's not as widespread it's a lot more isolated but the rubble piles that have been created.
And a lot of people that some people that may not be accounted for or may have not been.
May not have loved ones are missing the -- may have been out doing something driving through town any of those types of things that might have happened so.
Yesterday all day during operational period clearing the rubble piles and the structures that are down.
Going door to door with our with our search team and RK nineteen just an accountability neighborhoods and.
And plus he was telling -- -- yesterday they found a woman whose home had been moved fifteen feet off of the foundation and she stayed in the home.
And they've found -- just yesterday she wanna leave -- broken ribs a woman in her seventies.
And so they just found her safe as well guys.
She what what a herculean efforts he does along with his colleagues.
And it's so wonderful that he's elusive so many people help but it's but it's -- Chip Beck and little bit with you some other headline.
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