COLUMB, m. – Tornado crashed into the commercial area of a small city of Columbus in Mississipi, breaking the business, as strong storms struck South during the days off of heavy rain and flood threats. The tornado that destroyed the business of the eastern city of Mississippi was confirmed on the radar, said meteorologist Anna Woverton with the National Weather Service in Jackson. She told Associated Press that on Sunday, about 23,000 people would be sent to the city. Experts will be sent to assess the intensity of the tornado.
There were no reports of death or bodily harm. Bridges were flooded or disrupted due to heavy rains. Newsstands report that some districts in Middle Tennessee were running water. Caveats and flood watches remained throughout the South.