3 Western Ohio Tornadoes Kill 1, Destroy Neighborhoods

Western Ohio is now under a state of emergency as people living there are working to recover after deadly tornadoes ripped through three Ohio counties.

At least three tornadoes touched down in western Ohio Tuesday, killing at least one man and leaving many without shelter.

Entire neighborhoods were destroyed, with many homes and businesses were turned to rubble.

And storms are still in the forecast for Ohio, but they weren’t the only state dealing with severe weather.

At least 53 twisters touched down in the United States Tuesday night.

Much of Indiana saw relentless storms, seeing winds up to 140 miles-per-hour.

There have now been at least 15 storm-related deaths in the last week.