Governor Cuomo has promised help for storm victims in Central New York.
The governor toured storm damaged areas of Madison County Tuesday to take a look at the aftermath in what's become the deadliest tornado to strike New York State in 50 years.
Four people were killed in the tornado that touched down in the Town of Smithfield Tuesday night, incuding a four month old baby.
The governor says a mobile command center has been set up in Madison County to offer state help to residents and local officials affected by the storm and the Department of Transportation has also sent extra crews to the area to help in the cleanup process.
The governor says he's saddened by the loss of life in what appears to be a "random event."