Cuba sends a message of support to the victims of recent hurricanes in the United States

Mayfield, Kentucky, looked devastated on Saturday. Photo: Getty Images.

On Saturday, Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez sent a message of solidarity with the deaths and damage caused by hurricanes reported in the central regions of the United States.

Via his Twitter account, the head of Cuban diplomacy expressed regret for the incident caused by what experts described as a historic series of hurricanes.

Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee reported powerful meteors Friday night, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Storm Prediction Center confirmed.

Andy Beshear, the governor of Kentucky, lamented the potential for “more than 50 deaths, if not many more, from this event” in that area.

You will feel the weather deteriorating more strongly as the system moves east, spreading from northern Louisiana to southern Ohio on Saturday morning, according to CNN.

The station said a warning was issued for the greater Nashville area early in the morning, as “a large and very dangerous tornado has been confirmed near Pegram, 11 kilometers south of Ashland,” moving east at about 80 kilometers per hour, according to the station. Meteorological services.

PowerOutage.US reported when assessing damage in the area that inclement weather left about 254,684 utility customers without power in Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana and Arkansas.

(with information from PL)

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