Two weeks ago, on the eve of “Thanksgiving” in particular, one of the factories in the town of Mayfield, which has a population of 10,000 in the “western Kentucky” state of America, published pictures in its accounts on the communication sites, of smiling workers and employees at a long buffet table lined up in front of it, to enjoy a special meal before they moved in the day Next to a group holiday on the occasion of Eid.
The family-owned factory, Mayfield Consumer Products, which produces candles, candles, and some aromatic supplies and the like for homes, was destroyed by hurricanes when it had 110 employees and workers toiling in a night shift, according to what Al Arabiya.net reported from agencies and American media outlets. Several, quoting rescue teams, said that 40 of them were rescued the next morning, that is, yesterday, Saturday.
As for the rest, and they are a slightly smaller number than those killed by hurricanes in all of the state so far, its governor Andy Beshear said in a press conference held yesterday, Saturday, that finding survivors among them “will only be achieved by a miracle,” according to his pessimism of what happened to the factory, which we see in the video presented above how The hurricanes hit him completely.
The governor explained the reason for the conference, saying that 4.5 meters of rubble made up of metals, cars, and barrels of chemicals, weighing tens of tons, had lain on top of it after hurricanes destroyed the factory “in a way that is unlike anything I have seen in my life, and I cannot describe it in words,” which he said Almost Troy Propers, the CEO of the factory, when he appeared yesterday evening on the American television screen of CNN, was also told by a forensic doctor to the station.