Mississippi tornado aftermath
The tornado leveled entire blocks in Mississippi, killing 25 people and injuring dozens more.
In the state of Mississippi in the south of the United States, a powerful tornado occurred, the victims of which were more than two dozen people. Several dozen more were injured, reports on Saturday, March 25, AR.
It is noted that on Friday evening, a tornado leveled entire blocks of the small town of Rolling Fork in the Mississippi Delta, turning houses into piles of rubble.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency announced late Saturday that the death toll had risen from 23 to 25. Four were found missing, but dozens were also injured.
“The City of Amory Water Authority was hit by a tornado yesterday,” the city police said.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves declared a state of emergency in the region and promised to help rebuild.
Recall that in January a tornado hit the United States: nine people died, dozens of houses were completely destroyed.
And in August, a fiery tornado covered California. Rescuers noted that they had not yet seen such a large-scale fire.
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