A small town in the United States, where a state of emergency was declared, was devastated by a hurricane, a powerful hurricane.
With at least 26 dead in two states, a painful recovery has begun.
Reporter Kim Tae-hyun reports.
Satellite image of Rolling Fork, a small town in Mississippi that was hit by a tornado.
Neatly arranged residential areas and commercial areas have now turned into muddy fields and are difficult to find.
Only remnants remain of the post office and government offices that were swept away by the hurricane.
Drone photos show the damage situation in detail.
The roofs of houses and buildings have been damaged or completely blown away, and the interior is also disastrous and dizzying.
Destroyed trucks were buried in rubble and could no longer move, and bare trees lost all their branches and only skeletons remained.
Residents who survived the disaster came out to recover.
The Coopers explore every nook and cranny of their messy teahouse.
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Amidst the declaration of a state of emergency, Mayor Walker is also directing the recovery to the affected site.
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Rural towns that have suffered enough damage to be wiped off the map are finding it difficult to recover.
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