SUX FALLS, CC – Strong winds and possible tornadoes have caused widespread damage in some parts of the Middle East, where officials say two people were killed during a stormy week.
A garbage can fell on a car in Minnesota on Thursday, killing a passenger near Blomqest, according to the Kandiyoh County Sheriff’s Office. And in the South Dakota city of Sioux Falls on Thursday, a man died due to bad weather, said Mayor Paul Tenhacken, but no details were released.
Earlier in the week, hurricane-force winds and torrential rains brought several reports of tornadoes to Minnesota, where A hurricane chasing a hurricane from Mexico died on Wednesday in the event of a car accident, emphasizing the dangers of reversing in bad weather. More storms are forecast on Friday from the Great Lakes to the southern Great Plains, which could lead to nasty winds and hail.
Winds rose to 100 mph in some parts of South Dakota on Thursday, the National Weather Service said. Due to the damage caused by the storm, Sioux Falls police advised people to travel only for emergencies.
A nursing home in Salem, South Dakota, was badly damaged on Thursday when part of its roof was torn off. Residents of the Avantara nursing home were evacuated, according to emergency management.
The storm cut off power to thousands of customers, including the campus of Brookings South Dakota State University. Only key employees will be admitted to the university on Friday.
On Thursday night, South Dakota Gov. Christy Noem stopped in a community in the Hamlin area of Castlewood, where a possible tornado tore off the school roof and tore down the walls.
Castlewood High School sophomore Erovin Funj lives on the street in front of the school. He said the worst part of the storm was about 30 minutes, The leader of Argus reports.
“Our table flew off our balcony. “It looked completely different outside,” Fung said.
Uprooted trees, branches and debris were scattered around Castlewood. Power lines were disrupted, including on highways leading to the city.
In Stevens, Minnesota, winds of up to 113 miles per hour (113 km / h) knocked down grain silos and pushed down warehouses near Alberta. The Minnesota State Patrol closed interstate 94 for several hours on Thursday evening after overturned trucks closed the highway.
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