Deadly Weather Pushes East

Friday, April 15, 2011 - 3:45pm

Storm system blamed for several deaths moves toward the coast.

A string of dangerous and deadly storms continues to push to the east tonight, leaving in its' wake a massive trail of destruction.

The tiny town of Tuskha, Oklahoma took a direct hit from one tornado.

"It just looks like somebody came and stepped on it and grabbed it, I don't know how to describe it, words can't describe it," said Tuschka High School freshman Camri Faulkenberry.

The violent storm system sparked tornadoes, hail, high winds and driving rains, pushing through the middle of the country and into the southeast where it shattered buildings, tossed mobile homes and snapped trees.

The weather has been blamed for several deaths across Oklahoma and Arkansas.

At least two of the victims were young children.

As the storms continued to push to the east the target was Mississippi.

In Clinton the roof was ripped off of one bank and cars were rolled on their sides.

Comments News Comments

Post new Comment