Several powerful tornadoes plowed violently across the plains of Oklahoma on Monday, May 9, wrecking homes and leaving two people dead. Our Oklahoma Rapid Response team is helping with cleanup in Sulphur, where an EF3 tornado damaged approximately 40 homes.

Over 600 miles east, in Mayfield, Kentucky, another tornado hit the next afternoon. With winds as high as 140 mph, this tornado caused significant damage to homes and businesses and left 10 people injured. “There’s been a lot of homes that have been completely destroyed,” said Sheriff Dewayne Redmon.

Our Tennessee Rapid Response Team is assisting with cleanup at a trailer court in Mayfield that was nearly flattened. They are also checking if other areas need assistance.

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