Tornadoes ravage Mississippi leaving at least 23 dead

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Roy Francis, OAN
Saturday, March 25, 2023, at 7:57 Do.

At least 23 people were killed and dozens were injured across the state on Friday night when a terrible storm tore through areas of Mississippi due to extreme weather issues in southern states.

Late into the night, storms tore through Mississippi and Alabama, with Mississippi taking the brunt of the damage. In Mississippi, as of Saturday morning, 23 people had reportedly died, heaps had been injured, four had vanished, along with destroyed structures and thousands of homes without power.

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency confirmed the death burdens on Saturday night. The Agency added that the dying price is anticipated to increase.

According to them,” We can verify 23 dead, lots injured, and four missing due to last fall’s tornadoes.” This morning, there are still a lot of local and state search and rescue team at work. To help those who have been impacted, a number of resources are on the floor.

Tate Reeves, the governor( R-Miss. confirmed the rumors on Twitter, stating that search and rescue groups, medical assistance, and emergency supplies are all present.

The majority of the destruction was seen in Rolling Fork and Silver City, two large cities about an hour from Jackson town, according to the National Weather Service. There have been 13 confirmed fatalities in Sharkey County, where Rolling Fork is situated.

Eldridge Walker, the governor of Rolling Fork, reported to WJTV that the tornado’s nearly 70 mph speed caused the destruction of dozens of homes in his community, including his own. The governor emphasized that saving the injured was of utmost importance. He urged the populace to remain put and wait for the arrival of the first firefighters.

based on PowerOutage. As of early on Saturday night, more than 63,000 prospects in Tennessee, 21, 000 in Alabama, and 15, 000 prospects were without power in Mississippi.

A trip warning was issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Storm Prediction Center. Along with Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, it issued a warning that” serious rainstorms” were necessary in west Texas and Louisiana. Additionally, they said that” big hail, damaging winds, and a few hurricanes appear possible.”

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