Trucks piled on buildings as tornado hits Mississippi
At least 25 killed in Mississippi, one in Alabama as twister surges across Deep South. Residents describe utter destruction, incredible survival and tragic deaths. "We lost everything but got out alive," says man who lost home in Silver City, Mississippi. "Our life is more important than anything else," says woman whose sister-in-law was killed.
Published 2 months ago · Rolling Fork, United States
Times of India
Death toll at 26 after powerful tornado tears across Mississippi
Mississippi officials set up three emergency shelters, including at the National Guard Armory in Rolling Fork. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Director Deanne Criswell will travel to Mississippi on Sunday, the White House said. Parts of Mississippi and Alabama could face damaging winds, hail and possible tornados again on Sunday, the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center said.
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After tornado, harrowing tales of survival in Mississippi
Devastating accounts of utter destruction, incredible survival and tragic deaths followed Friday's twister that killed at least 25 in Mississippi and one in Alabama as it surged nearly 170 miles (274 kilometers) across the Deep South.
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