Listen: Deadly Flash Floods in Michigan and Missouri
"The national weather service is assessing the damage from within two dozen tornadoes reported yesterday and five states this drone video shows homes blown apart in Ozark, Missouri. At least two people were killed in Oklahoma where another drone recorded a tornado ripping through fields near the city of sulfur farther north there were flash floods from the central plains to the Great Lakes rescue teams were busy in Dearborn heights. Michigan and more flooding in Illinois, and Missouri Torika Dunkin reports from Devonport Iowa where the Mississippi River is rising to its highest level in twenty five years. Severe storms are devastating the mid west this spring flash floods in Dearborn heights, Michigan a city right outside of Detroit left at least one hundred homes underwater. Fire officials went house to house to help with rescues three hundred miles to the west Naperville, Illinois. Roy heavy rain overflowed the banks of the dupage river flooding the town river walk and late yesterday afternoon. The waters from the Mississippi River push through a temporary Levy and parts of downtown Davenport, Iowa, excessive rain along with excessive snowpack has led to a situation along the Mississippi River, this is the wettest year Davenport since July of nineteen Ninety-three. Let states here is fifteen feet right now floodwaters have reached over twenty"