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At Least 23 Dead After Tornado Tears Through Mississippi #179653
03/25/2023 12:00 PM
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‘Unfathomable Devastation’: At Least 23 Dead After Tornado Tears Through Mississippi

"I've never seen anything like this... This was a very great small town, and now it's gone," says Rolling Fork resident.



Update:

As daylight breaks, new footage of the tornado disaster in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, has been posted on Twitter, providing a clearer view of the destruction and devastation caused by the powerful storm

https://www.newswars.com/unfathomab...after-tornado-tears-through-mississippi/


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Re: At Least 23 Dead After Tornado Tears Through Mississippi [Re: ConSigCor] #179654
03/25/2023 02:55 PM
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I’ve been close to a lot of these and helped clean up the devastation that follows direct strikes several times. It is terrifying the degree of damage. We once saw a LOADED grain bin lifted off the ground… cement pad and all… the electrical cord for the aeration fan pulled under it, the whole thing set back down on the cord… I kid you not. Straw/hay driven THROUGH fence posts like they were long pole nails! Just freaking stuff that sounds super natural like a sci-fi movie.


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Re: At Least 23 Dead After Tornado Tears Through Mississippi [Re: ConSigCor] #179655
03/25/2023 06:32 PM
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When I was a kid, I saw what was left after a house was destroyed. Everything was gone - house, furniture, everything - but the concrete front porch was still intact. And the bottles of milk the milkman had left that morning was still there. I've told a lot of people about that over the years, and the only ones who believe me are the ones who were there and saw it too.

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Re: At Least 23 Dead After Tornado Tears Through Mississippi [Re: ConSigCor] #179656
03/25/2023 08:03 PM
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I totally believe that! Some strange things happen. Unreal power of nature and inexplicable inconsistencies.


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