According to the National Weather Service 28 people lost their lives during the storm last week that unleashed a few tornadoes.
It has been confirmed that two more tornadoes touched down in Indiana. Both tornadoes were rated as EF-1 on the Fujita scale and touched down in west-central Indiana.
One of those twisters produced winds of 110 mph and ripped through Montgomery County cutting nearly a two-mile path stopping just east of New Richmond.
The second tornado had top winds of around 100 mph and cut a 3-mile path across Tippecanoe County.
The tornado outbreak last week has been recorded as Indiana’s third-largest on record.