Facts of Sunday's tornado

By WEEK Producer

November 22, 2013 Updated Nov 23, 2013 at 12:23 AM CDT

CENTRAL ILLINOIS -- This is the sixth straight day of clean up for some victims and only now are we beginning to understand the scope of the twisters.

The National Weather Service in its final survey says 24 tornadoes touched down in the state on Sunday.

There were 6 fatalities and 147 people injured.

As far as how powerful the different tornadoes were - most of them were an EF-2 or smaller. There were three EF-3's and two EF-4's.

The Pekin tornado was the first one in the state and it registered as an EF-2 causing 10 injuries.

The second twister started in East Peoria, devastated a big section of Washington continues to Minonk, Dana and Long Point.

It traveled at 65 miles an hour causing one fatality and 125 injuries.

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