That night, the
Dayton region of Ohio was devastated by a number of Tornadoes. You can read our
coverage on the EF-4 Dayton, Ohio Tornado here. Find
more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck the state of Ohio here.
Our thoughts, prayers and love are with the family of Kaylynn Blue.
The news comes out of Idaho Falls – the storm/Tornado enthusiast has been charged with first-degree murder. The body of a women stabbed to death and buried in her backyard was recovered during the late hours of yesterday afternoon.
Kaylynn Blue, who was thirty three was murdered sometime between late Saturday/early Sunday morning, according to Idaho Falls Police (IFP) Chief Bryce Johnso. Phillip Schwab, is accused of the crime and has been booked into the Bonneville County Jail.
Police were led to the house of Blue’s Monday morning after she had not shown up to work for two days. Co-workers contacted her family members in which they contacted IFP asking for a welfare check.
to the home and Schwab answered the door. He then led police to the garden
where Blue was buried in a shallow grave in a flower patch, according to the
IPF Chief. Schwab was taken into custody and spoke to detectives most of that
According to the IPF Chief, Schwab stabbed Blue multiple times inside the home and then took her body to the backyard. Later on that day, he’s accused of stabbing two dogs in the garage and putting them in a rubbish bag. A motive is unclear at this time.
We highly recommend that you read the below two articles on the incident.
Update: According to the National Weather Service office in Fort Worth, Texas, the damage caused in the town of Greenville was caused by straight-line-winds and not a Tornado.
Original post: There is extensive damage in the town of Greenville, Texas following a reported strong Tornado that struck last night. It’s also been reported that it was rain-wrapped.
The reported Tornado swept through the town just before
6:00pm, causing extensive damage to buildings (churches1), leaving a
trail of downed trees and power lines.
1: It’s suffice to suggest a number of churches were having services or bible study last night. This was the situation at Highland Terrace Baptist Church on the outskirts of the town. Families were gathered with their pastors in the church when a portion of the roof was ripped off by the reported Tornado.
Photo gallery of damage caused can be found below.
As the photo gallery above illustrates, multiple buildings downtown Greenville suffered extensive damage. Initial reports suggested the downtown area was the hardest hit.
Video of the damage caused by this reported Tornado in the downtown area can be found below.
Multiple law enforcement agencies have been working together to keep some areas of the town blocked off that have downed power lines and polls.
The roof of one business was completely ripped off, ending up
crumpled in the street. A classic car business had its glass windows blown out.
The initial call for first responders was significant, due to
damage affecting such a densely populated area. There were no reports of
serious injuries thankfully.
Should photos or video of the reported emerge, we will post them. Find more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck the state of Texas here.
The above feature photo is a screen grab which was taken whilst watching Greg Johnson’s video. The GoPro that captured the footage was mounted on the roof ofe the Tornado Hunters truck.
So, you get a storm chasing vehicle perspective, if you get the drift haha.
New footage of the McCook, Nebraska Tornado that struck on the 17th May of this year has emerged online. The GoPro-caught video offers a different and somewhat unique perspective of the Tornado – watched below.
The description for the video can be
read in full below.
“This footage of two separate tornadoes
on May 17 2019 in McCook Nebraska was shot with a roof mounted GoPro camera.
The footage has been sped up to 4x speed.”