The man was trapped in the basement during the tornado

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MINDEN, Iowa – An Iowa man died Saturday from injuries sustained during Friday’s tornado outbreak, the Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department confirmed Sunday.
The man was trapped in his basement after a massive wedge tornado swept through the town of Minden, his family member told local media.
VIOLENT, WEDGE-SHAPED TORNADO SLAMS RURAL COMMUNITIES IN IOWA: ‘PRAYED EVERYTHING WOULD BE OK’ Iowa Gov.
Kim Reynolds issued a disaster emergency proclamation for Minden, a town of just under 600 residents.
The mayor said the town had not seen that violent a tornado in almost 50 years.
Killer tornadoes in Oklahoma Saturday Tornadoes broke out again on Friday across Oklahoma.
Two people died in Holdenville, including an infant, according to FOX 25 Oklahoma City.
DRONE VIDEO SHOWS SULPHUR, OKLAHOMA, NEARLY UNRECOGNIZABLE AFTER DIRECT HIT FROM TORNADO

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MINDEN, Iowa – According to the Iowa Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department, a man from Iowa passed away on Saturday as a result of injuries he received during Friday’s tornado outbreak.

According to a family member who spoke to local media, the man was stranded in his basement following a powerful wedge tornado that tore through the town of Minden. After rescuing him, first responders took him to a hospital late on Friday. He passed away on Saturday night from his wounds, despite media reports that said he was stable.

Rude, wedge-shaped tornado lashes out at Iowa’s rural communities, saying, “I just prayed everything would work out.”.

Iowa Gov. Minden, a town with about 600 residents, was declared under disaster emergency by Kim Reynolds. Forty percent of the approximately 180 damaged homes were destroyed, according to her.

A man told Brandy Campbell of FOX Weather that although his two-story home was blown roughly 20 feet off its foundation, he was fortunate not to be at home when the twister struck.

It’s somewhat absurd. There are certain things you just can’t do over, but I’m trying to keep a positive attitude about it. Trying not to lose his sense of humor, homeowner Randy Davis said, “It wasn’t where I left it.”. “However, I received a lot of help. Several of my friends are lending a hand. ****.

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On Saturday, the town was overrun with volunteers, to the point where some had to be turned away by the authorities. The town had not seen a tornado that strong in nearly 50 years, according to the mayor.

devastating tornadoes on Saturday in Oklahoma.

On Friday, there were once more tornado outbreaks in Oklahoma. According to FOX 25 Oklahoma City, two people—including an infant—died in Holdenville. The state’s governor announced at a press conference that there had been two more deaths: one in Sulphur and one in Marietta. The number of deaths from the April tornadoes this weekend is now five.

A drone video captures Sulfur, Oklahoma, almost undetectable following a direct hit from a tornado.

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