Listen: Texas, Mississippi And Mississippi Alabama discussed on America in the Morning
"Head on America in the morning. Seven minutes after the hour. Powerful storms have ripped through the south unleashing flooding and tornadoes that killed at least eight people there have been dozens of injuries in one Texas town alone. Fifty five homes were destroyed correspondent Clayton. Neville says. Three children are among the dead close to ninety thousand customers without electricity over the weekend. In Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas Georgia severe storms, wreaking havoc in their pants. The national weather service confirms in three tornado with winds near one hundred and forty miles per hour. Touchdown Saturday in Franklin, Texas, two hours, east of Waco, Franklin police chief Terry tiptoe says homes and businesses destroyed along with the volunteer. Fire department AMS started doing the home the home searches evacuate people out of the homes. These Texans survived. The storm in say they're lucky to be alive. I was praying in. A big board back then back yo at like, shielded me. I heard my husband jumped on a trailer. And he was like, why are you? And I'm like, I'm buried up under his stuff in Angelina county. Texas two children killed when thirty say tree fell in a car. The three and eight year old were in the back seat with the parents of the front just Banglar was on the porch. When the storm intensified he went inside only the hero woman calling out for help from the road ran down there to see what was going on. And that's I noticed that the tree had fallen on their vehicle when I got down there. I mean, I saw the size of the tree and house on the car. So I knew that, you know, there wasn't a good outcome. The storms move east late Saturday into Sunday in caused damage along the Mississippi Alabama state line a tornado confirmed in Hamilton, Mississippi, south of."