I recently posted a story about tornadoes that struck Tushka and Atoka, Oklahoma, in mid-April. Since that time, far more severe tornadoes and storm systems have wreaked havoc all across the southern United States, with Alabama taking the most direct hit. The pictures of devastation in Tuscaloosa are unimaginable. Recent reports put the death toll in Alabama at 236, with over 2,200 injured. Nationwide, 362 tornadoes occurred during last week's storms, including a record-setting 312 in a 24-hour period. April 27 was the most deadly day in the United States for tornadoes since 1925. This video (below) shows the awesome power of the tornado that tore through Tuscaloosa.