Two people died when a strong storm smashed south and central U.S.

Published on : Monday, December 23, 2013

StormA storm system behind trees and power lines , barns tornado that ripped the roof and the wind gusts, Central and South across the United States on Saturday , bringing the rough , officials said . At least two people were killed .

A north Mississippi man died in a mobile home tumble , Coahoma County Coroner Scotty Meredith said. Fell on his car on a county road south Mississippi that collided with a tree , while another man was killed . The car was a woman who was critically injured in Jasper County Coroner Randy Graham said.40 miles south of the air on the roof of a strip mall in Memphis SENATOBIA fitness center was broken , TENN no injuries were reported .

” I was part of back » buckled in mind that – Tate County Emergency Management Director Kim Brownlee said. ” There is water pouring from the back seat . “At the height of the storm , more than 22,000 people lost power in North Mississippi , but that number began to fall late Saturday night .

Meanwhile , tens of thousands of residents in North Louisiana whipped up to 60 mph lost power after heavy rain and strong gusts . In some areas , as much as three inches of rain , said National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Adams .High winds 100 miles east of Shreveport Monroe, north of the town close to the front façade of the book a million book store ripped. In front of the store was filled with storm debris .

North-west and to the Union Parish , Sheriff Dusty Gates damage is isolated in some areas , the trees around the house with no injuries , on roads and power lines were reported last week , fell 28,000 inhabitants spread across a flock , and was not accessible to the bad weather.

” We have not been able to access some checks are still in place , ” he said .National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Parker DOWNSVILLE possible tornado struck the city in mid-afternoon on Saturday . Weather Service has confirmed that it is fraudulent .DOWNSVILLE several barns and chicken houses Mayor Reggie Skains 250 people , including a barn on his farm , on the edge of the village is affected by .

” We were there in the barn , and it is about $ 500,000 , about half of it » , dismissive – Skains – said by phone .Albert Mayo storm came through when he was living in DOWNSVILLE was napping .” I was not going to fall off the roof , so the pressure » , was – Mayo said.

Approximately 40,000 customers lost power in the northern part of the state . Disruption of power transmission lines, substations Claiborne Electric Cooperative , was blown up , while more than half of its 23,000 customers to lose power, has seen .At least five people were injured in Arkansas , and apparently very excited about two dozen homes were damaged by the tornado .

St. Francis Leslie White County Sheriff’s dispatcher suspected tornado Hughes , a town about 35 miles southwest of Memphis around the around 1,400 residents were injured late Saturday afternoon damaged three houses and three people said , TENN he did not know the severity of the injury .

David Cox , Jackson , title , based on National Weather Service meteorologist – one apparent tornado in the state is located in the south-east , which DERMOTT, Ark, struck near Said. Two people were injured and about 20 homes were damaged , he said .National Weather Service , with damaging winds, severe storms are possible Sunday morning early in North Georgia , including Atlanta . A flood watch was in effect for the region until Monday .


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