Heavy Snowfall In America Left 12 Dead

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According to American media reports, 12 people have lost their lives so far due to the storm and heavy snowfall in the northeastern regions of this country.

The New York Times wrote about this after powerful storms hit the southern regions on Friday; It has already killed at least 12 people and cut off power to hundreds of thousands of people, officials urged residents to exercise extreme caution as downed power lines and uprooted trees pose serious threats.

According to the New York Times, heavy rains and winds, tornadoes have caused serious damage to homes and businesses in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Carolinas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Tennessee and West Virginia.

It is also said that more than 550,000 people were without electricity in the states of Michigan and Kentucky and 28,000 people in the state of California.

According to the statements of many people in the state of California, it seems that many people fled from this area due to the heavy snowfall. The height of snow has reached more than 3 meters in some areas and many people in the state of California have been trapped in their homes.