WASHINGTON (AP) How to stay alive after a tornado hits a home in Kentucky?
Take shelter under the kitchen sink.
Don’t leave anything unattended, but don’t leave it on.
And never let anyone tell you not to open your doors.
How to survive tornadoes and other extreme weather: More than 100 people in Kentucky and Tennessee have been killed by tornadoes in the past month, according to the National Weather Service.
And a total of 14 have been injured.
Here’s a look at the latest news about tornadoes, wildfires, and other natural disasters.
Here’s a timeline of the latest tornadoes: A tornadoes strikes the Tennessee Valley, near Waukesha, Michigan, on Tuesday.
A tornado strikes the Mississippi River, near St. Louis, Missouri, on Monday.
More tornadoes are expected over the next couple of days in Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri.
The U.S. Geological Survey says more than 100 tornadoes have struck the U.s. in the last two weeks.
A tornado strikes in southern Alabama, Tuesday.
At least 18 people have been reported killed and more than 350 people injured in tornadoes that have hit Alabama, Georgia, Missouri and Texas in recent days.
An EF4 tornado hits the Oklahoma City area, Wednesday.
Greg Abbott (R) declared a state of emergency in the state.
There were more than 50 tornadoes reported Tuesday in Alabama, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Oklahoma.