Most people who are killed or injured in a tornado are struck by
No one was injured or killed in the Elie, Manitoba Tornado
In a tornado, property can be damaged or destroyed and people and animals may be killed or injured.
The 2013 El Reno tornado killed 8 people and injured 151. The 2011 El Reno tornado killed 9 people and injured 181.
The Jarrell, Texas tornado of 1997 injured 12 people and killed 27.
The Greensburg, Kansas tornado of 2007 Killed 12 people and injured 63.
The Mulhall, Oklahoma tornado of May 3, 1999 killed 2 people and injured another 26.
The Joplin, Missouri tornado of May 22, 2011 injured an estimated 1,150 people and killed 158.
The 1840 Natchez tornado killed at least 317 people and injured another 109.
The Tuscaloosa/Birmingham tornado of April 27, 2011 injured an estimated 1,500 people and killed 64.
In a destructive tornado people lose property, often their homes, and people, sometimes many, can be killed or injured.
Tri-State Tornado, Deadliest Tornado in US history, killed 695 People and Injured over 2,500 others.
The Hallam, Nebraska tornado of 2004 killed 1 person. An additional 38 people we injured.
The Waco, Texas tornado of may 11th 1953 killed 114 people and injured 597
People who find themselves inside a tornado are often injured or killed unless they are in a sturdy building.
Yes. Tornadoes of all intensities have injured and killed people.