Last night tornadoes ripped through several States in the USA. Killing close to 200 people and destroying complete neighborhoods and town. The state of Alabama was one of the hardest hit.

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

Overnight tornadoes leaves part of Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, in ruins April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

Overnight tornadoes leaves part of Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, in ruins April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

Overnight tornadoes destroyed homes and vehicles in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

A resident is pictured in the aftermath of tornadoes that destroyed homes in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

Overnight tornadoes leaves part of Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, in ruins April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

Residents inspect the aftermath of overnight tornadoes that left this part of Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, in ruins April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

Residents inspect the aftermath of overnight tornadoes that left this part of Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, in ruins April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

A mattress is pictured atop a tree in the aftermath of overnight tornadoes that left this part of Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, in ruins April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

A police officer sprays paint on one of the damaged homes after overnight tornadoes left this part of Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, in ruins April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes show destroyed homes and vehicles in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes show destroyed neighborhoods in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes show destroyed homes and vehicles in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes show destroyed neighborhoods in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes show destroyed neighborhoods in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes leaves ruined neighborhoods in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes leaves ruined neighborhoods in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

A resident is pictured in the aftermath of overnight tornadoes in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath is seen of overnight tornadoes that left ruined neighborhoods in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes that left ruined neighborhoods include a tree that fell in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes that left ruined neighborhoods include a house that was taken off its foundation in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes that left ruined neighborhoods include a house without its roof in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

The aftermath of overnight tornadoes show destroyed homes and vehicles in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

Debris from overnight tornadoes that left ruined neighborhoods litter the streets in Pratt City, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Devastating storms and tornadoes raked though the U.S. South, killing at least 185 people as they ripped houses to rubble, flipped cars and uprooted trees and power lines, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

An aerial view of tornado damage shows entire block of homes in ruins in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Tornadoes and violent storms ripped through seven southern U.S. states, killing at least 259 people in the country's deadliest series of twisters in nearly four decades. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

An aerial view of tornado damage shows entire block of homes in ruins in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Tornadoes and violent storms ripped through seven southern U.S. states, killing at least 259 people in the country's deadliest series of twisters in nearly four decades. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Tornado Devastation In Alabama

An aerial view of tornado damage shows several blocks of homes in ruins in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 28, 2011. Tornadoes and violent storms ripped through seven southern U.S. states, killing at least 259 people in the country's deadliest series of twisters in nearly four decades. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

Apr 28, 2011