A tornado spawned the north of Argentina early Tuesday morning, killing at least 10 people and injuring 51 more, 18 of them in grave conditions.
Ruins are remained after a tornado swept Argentina's northern province of Misinoes, Sept. 8, 2009.
The tornado spawned the localities of Tobuna and San Javier in Misiones province in the north of the country and the locality of San Pedro near the border with Brazil, province health director Jose Guccione said.
"There are 10 deaths and 51 injured people, 18 of them are in very grave conditions and they were taken to a hospital in Eldorado city," Guccione said.
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez announced she will travel on Wednesday to Misiones in order to evaluate the official aid to be given to the affected zone.
Misones governor, Maurice Closs, as quoted by local radio, said the tornado was "totally a typical" and that it "produced terrible ravage."
The tornado collapsed houses and fell down trees, energy and telephone posts fall, which make the localities isolated.
Argentine Health Minister Juan Manzur will travel to the affected area to coordinate the aid.