State-by-State Glance at Storm Damage

Published November 11, 2002

| Associated Press

Losses from the weekend's heavy thunderstorms and tornadoes:

ALABAMA: At least 12 dead, 50 injured. Damage heaviest in Walker County in the northern part of the state, where 10 died.

GEORGIA: Heavy damage in Pickens County north of Atlanta; at least seven injured.

ILLINOIS: Two possible tornadoes touch down in southern Illinois; no damage reported.

INDIANA: Three people injured when wind partially collapse a supermarket in Blackford County in east-central Indiana.

KENTUCKY: Scattered damage across state; no injuries reported.

LOUISIANA: Heavy rain in southeastern Louisiana.

MISSISSIPPI: One man killed in Lowndes County in east-central Mississippi; about 55 injured.

NORTH CAROLINA: Thousands without power in mountain counties; storms pack wind of up to 50 mph.

OHIO: Five dead, at least 25 injured. Damage heaviest in Van Wert County in northwestern Ohio.

PENNSYLVANIA: One man killed, up to 19 people injured, in Mercer County in western Pennsylvania.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Power outages and reported tornado touchdown in Greenwood County.

TENNESSEE: At least 16 dead, 80 injured. Damage heaviest in rural eastern Tennessee town of Mossy Grove, where seven died and 40 not yet accounted for.

WEST VIRGINIA: Seventeen trailer homes destroyed in Jackson County but no one seriously hurt.

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