Extent of April 27th. Tornado

<p>For those who did not know the full extent of the April 27th. Tornado:</p>

<p>April 27 by the numbers
• 53 confirmed tornadoes in Alabama
• 14 confirmed tornadoes in West Alabama
• 4 confirmed tornadoes in Tuscaloosa County
• 423 miles: Length of tornado tracks touching down in West Alabama
• 238 confirmed fatalities statewide
• 46 confirmed fatalities in Tuscaloosa County
• 6 confirmed fatalities in Hale County
• 4 confirmed fatalities in Fayette County
• 1 confirmed fatality in Bibb County
• 950 victims treated for injuries at DCH Regional Medical Center and Northport Medical Center
• 118 victims admitted as patients to DCH and Northport Medical
• 26 victims transferred to either Children's Hospital, UAB Hospital or Princeton Baptist Medical Center
• 7 victims remaining at DCH, one in the intensive care unit, three in long-term care and four in rehabilitation
• 56 people staying at the Red Cross shelter at the Belk Activity Center
• 76,200 FEMA applications by individual or families statewide
• 11,665 FEMA applications by individual or families in Tuscaloosa County
• $43.58 million FEMA grants awarded to individuals statewide
• $10.23 million FEMA grants awarded to individuals in Tuscaloosa County
• 7,371 residential homes damaged in Tuscaloosa County
• 2,349 residential homes severely damaged in Tuscaloosa County
• 2,375 residential homes destroyed in Tuscaloosa County
• $1.9 to $2.6 billion insured losses in Alabama
• 220 households approved for FEMA mobile homes statewide
• 51 FEMA mobile homes leased to families statewide
• 13 FEMA mobile homes in Tuscaloosa County
• 2.3 million cubic yards of debris removed statewide by private contractors or federal and state governments
• 1 million cubic yards of debris removed by the Army Corps of Engineers in 21 counties and 33 cities
• 750,000 cubic yards of debris estimated in the city of Tuscaloosa
• 304,000 cubic yards of debris removed from the city
• 250,000 cubic yards of debris estimated in Tuscaloosa County
• 122,000 cubic yards of debris removed so far from the county</p>

<p>robotbldmom: thanks for that. I think the one that really took my breath away was the 7 people still in ICU and/or long time care/rehabilitation. Sending prayers to them, their families & their caregivers.</p>