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New Media Producer: Kerry Corum UPDATE, 2:10 PM CST SUN: A curfew is in effect for Warrick County, set for 7:00 PM until daylight. They report five fatalities in the county.UPDATE, 1:55 PM CST SUN: Rescuers are trying to free a child from an area at the back of the Eastbrook Mobile Home park. The child is talking and alert and rescuers are confident they can get her out alive.UPDATE, 1:50 PM CST SUN: Rescuers have found a young girl alive in a ditch at an Evansville trailer park devastated by an overnight tornado.Dale Naylor, assistant chief of the Knight Township Fire Department, says rescuers found the girl under debris in a ditch. She conscious and talking to rescuers.He says finding the girl alive has made rescuers “ecstatic. We been dealing with death all day.”The girl had remained in the ditch since the tornado hit the Eastbrook Mobile Home Park on the southeast side of Evansville when the tornado cut a swath through it about 2:00 AM CST.Twenty people have been confirmed dead at the trailer park, and officials say four more are confirmed dead in nearby Warrick County.UPDATE, 1:45 PM CST SUN: Governor Daniels military helicopter has just landed in Eastbrook Mobile Home park, to assess the damage first hand.UPDATE, 1:39 PM CST SUN: More than 13,000 Vectren customers in southwestern Indiana are still without power after a tornado ripped through the Evansville area overnight.Vectren spokesman Mike Roeder says he doesn know how soon power will be restored because of serious damage from the storm.He says the storm snapped poles and “crippled” huge metal towers that carry high voltage transmission lines to the Boonville area.Most of the outages are in Warrick County.UPDATE, 1:35 PM CST SUN:The Vanderburgh County coroner office now says 20 people are confirrmed dead after a devastating tornado that struck southwestern Indiana early Sunday.Sixteen of those deaths occurred at the Eastbrook Mobile Home Park,
on the southeast side of Evansville, when the tornado cut a swath through it about 2:00 AM CST.Vanderburgh County Sheriff Brad Ellsworth says emergency rescuers just found one person alive who was wrapped in debris in a ditch at the trailer court. He did not give the person age or gender.Indiana Homeland Security spokeswoman Pam Bright says another four people were confirmed dead in adjoining Warrick County, east of Evansville, where the Ohio River city of Newburgh was struck.UPDATE, 1:25 PM CST SUN: Sheriff Brad Ellsworth confirms they have just pulled a young survivor from the wreckage in that area. It been hours since the last victim was found alive.The death toll has reached 20, 16 in Eastbrook Mobile Home park.UPDATE, 1:13 PM CST SUN: The Vanderburgh County coroner office says 20 people now confirmed dead 16 of them at an Evansville area mobile home park in the wake of tornado in southwestern Indiana.UPDATE, 1:00 PM CST SUN: Governor Ernie Fletcher is touring homes and businessses damaged by a tornado in Munfordville in south central Kentucky. The governor tour comes amid the sound of chain saws buzzing.The Hart County town was hit by one of at least two tornadoes that touched down early Sunday. The other touched down at Ellis Park race track in Henderson and killed three horses.National Weather Service meteorologist Benjamin Schott in Louisville says a tornado has been confirmed at Munfordville. And the weather service in Paducah is confirming that it was a tornado at Ellis Park.UPDATE, 12:40 PM CST SUN: Officials now say a tornado that ripped across parts of Indiana and Kentucky has killed at least 16 people. But they say that number is expected to grow because people could still be trapped in the debris of a devastated mobile home park in Evansville.A spokeswoman for Indiana homeland security agency says about 100 mobile homes were destroyed and 125 others damaged.The chief deputy coroner for Vanderburgh County says “it just terrible.”UPDATE, 12:30 PM CST SUN: State Fire Marshal and deputy director of Homeland Security Roger Johnson says, “Vanderburgh County was very well prepared for [a storm] of this magnitude.”UPDATE, 11:40 AM CST SUN: The National Guard is on scene, along with Red Cross and several other rescue teams at Eastbrook Mobile Home park. They are still searching for victims and/or survivors in the devastated park.