Arkansas. A severe tornado hit Little Rock, Arkansas, and neighboring cities in the US on Friday, killing several people. At least two people and dozens more were injured, officials said. While many buildings have been damaged by the tornado Terrible tornadoes and hurricane disasters in America are not taking their name. Once again, a severe tornado struck Little Rock, Arkansas and neighboring cities in the US on Friday, killing several people. At least two people and dozens more were injured, officials said. At the same time, many buildings have been damaged by the tornado. Houses have lost walls and roofs. In addition, the tornado overturned parked vehicles and downed trees and power lines. people trapped in the rubbleThe tornado created panic among the people. Two tornadoes severely affected parts of the southern US state of Arkansas. This caused devastating damage in the state capital, Little Rock. The Office of Emergency Management in Pulaski County said several people were hospitalized in serious condition following the storm. Dozens of people were trapped in the debris due to this fierce tornado.State of emergency in Arkansas Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders told a late-night news conference that the tornado killed at least two people in Wynne, about 100 miles (160 km) east of Little Rock near the Tennessee border. The governor’s office, which swung into action after the storm, imposed an emergency in the state. Police said several areas in the western end of the city were worst affected.Tornado caused heavy destruction in many areas In the nearby city of North Little Rock, across the Arkansas River from the capital, Baptist Health Medical Center reported 11 people were injured by the storm, one of them in critical condition. Administrator Kevin Burton said five to 10 other patients were treated in the emergency department at Unity Health Hospital in nearby Jacksonville. Aerial footage showed a heavily damaged area of Little Rock, with many homes missing roofs and walls, some of which have collapsed, and overturned vehicles parked in the streets.