At least nine dead and 5 MILLION without power as winter storm Uri sweeps the nation: Wind turbines freeze, wind chills of -20 in Texas and killer tornado hits North Carolina | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

At least nine dead and 5 MILLION without power as winter storm Uri sweeps the nation: Wind turbines freeze, wind chills of -20 in Texas and killer tornado hits North Carolina

At least nine people have died in the most brutal winter storm to sweep the United States in decades which has caused rolling power outages in Texas and sent icy tornadoes tearing across the South.

Three people were killed in North Carolina in the early hours of Tuesday when a tornado ripped through Brunswick County, destroying homes, downing power lines and snapping trees in half.

In Kentucky, 43-year-old grandmother Angel Johnson died after she was ejected from her semi truck when she lost control and collided with a guard rail on the I-64.

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