Latest: A suspected tornado meets the rural city of Ohio; 6 injured

Robert and Marion Murphy face their shop spoiled in the Pemberton Quarter Strip Mall after a bad weather on Saturday, April 13, 2019 in Vicksburg, Miss says. John Moore, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Jackson, says that Saturday twister was reported in the Vicksburg area of ​​Mississippi and was reported on radar.

Robert and Marion Murphy face their shop spoiled in the Pemberton Quarter Strip Mall after a bad weather on Saturday, April 13, 2019 in Vicksburg, Miss says. John Moore, a forecaster with the National Weather Service in Jackson, says that Saturday twister was reported in the Vicksburg area of ​​Mississippi and was reported on radar.

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11:35 p.m.

A suspected tornado struck Ohio's rural city, as the storm that caused the South affected the North East.

The Times Gazette reported that some houses and businesses were damaged after a tornado struck just outside Shelby, Ohio, Sunday about 4 p.m.

Shelby is about 90 miles (144.83 kilometers) from Cleveland.

Richland County Emergency Management Agency reported that half a dozen houses had been damaged and at least six had been hospitalized to deal with storm-related injuries.

The National Weather Service issued tornado watch warnings to parts of Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Sunday warnings came as a heavy storm in the South and destroyed houses, people in hospital and caused the deaths of eight people.


4:15 p.m.

A further two fatalities occurred on the weekend storms affecting the South, resulting in at least eight deaths.

One of the deaths in East Texas was first among those injured when a tornado concentrated through Caddo Mound's Historical Site during Native American cultural festival Saturday. Cherokee County Judge Chris Davis says the woman died from her critical injuries.

The National Weather Service says that Tornado, EF-3, exceeded winds of about 140 mph (225 kph) through the Caddo Mound area.

In the neighboring county of Houston, the sheriff's office has confirmed that one person was killed in weirs, about 6 miles (10 kilometers) southwest of Caddo Mound.


2:15 p.m.

A party of about two dozen members of South Carolina's music school is on its way to China finally.

Saturday's severe thunderstorms forced them to spend the night at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport terminal.

The 38-member player left the Horry (OH & # 39), County Music School, together with 17 reserve, Saturday, South Carolina, Saturday for Dallas-Fort Worth, but sent storms their flight on referral to Little Rock, Arkansas.

By the time they finally arrived with DFW, their travel plans were completely disrupted.

Amanda tour leader Brien said that American Airlines representatives were able to put them on their way to Beijing late on Sunday morning after some confusion.

Rossline spokesman Ross Feinstein said 350 flights from Saturday DFW were canceled due to Saturday storms and that aircraft needed to be investigated for damage as a result.

DFW Airport spokesman Casey Norton said another 47 flights would require DFW to be diverted elsewhere. As a result, almost 7,000 people spent the night in DFW terminals, Norton said.


1:28 p.m.

Three further deaths are confirmed by powerful storms that sweep through the United States to the south, with at least six deaths.

In Louisiana, Deputy Glenn Springfield from Sheriff Ouachita Parish Division said Sunday that two people died in Saturday floods.

He says that Sebastian Omar Martinez, who is 13 years old, died during flash floods in the Bawcomville community, close to Monroe. Respondents drew it from a drainage canal. Several hours later, a person died in an underwater vehicle near Interstate 20 in Calhoun.

A county employee in Alabama died after hitting a vehicle when he was helping to clear the stormy trees. Capt says. David Agee of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office that the worker hit about 2:15 pm on Sunday in the Birmingham suburb of Hueytown and died after being taken to hospital. His name was not immediately released.

Two children died in Texas when a tree fell on a car where they were riding, and an older man was killed when a tree on his trailer in Hamilton, Mississippi fell.


12:30 p.m.

The authorities say that at least 25 people were taken to hospitals for treatment in East Texas after a suspected Thornado met with the Caddo Caddo Historical Site.

Police Chief Executive Jeremy Jackson says the injuries occurred during a Native American cultural event in Alto, Texas. Alto is about 130 miles southeast of Dallas.

Cherokee County Sheriff James Campbell says that eight of them were critically injured.

Encourage the damage to schools in the town by the Alto Independent School Area after all classes have been canceled until its buildings are found to be safe.

The National Weather Service was launching survey teams to Sunday Alto to confirm whether the storm was indeed a tornado. However, the area was under a tornado warning when the storm hit.


11:30 a.m.

Local authorities say the tornado went severely hit the town in central Texas in Franklin 55 houses, a church, four businesses, a duplex and a part of the local authority's housing building.

Seamus County Judge Charles Ellison told KBTX-TV at Bryan-College Station that approximately 1,700 residents will be destroyed on the south side of the town.

The Billy Huggins Emergency Management Coordinator said that more than a dozen people were injured in Franklin, about 100 miles (160 kilometers) north-east of Austin. None of the injuries were considered life threatening.

The National Weather Service rated the EF-3 tornado with winds of about 140 mph (225 kph).


11:05 a.m.

Authorities in Mississippi recognized the man they said was killed after that tornado hit his home.

Monroe County Coroner, Alan Gurley, says that Roy Ratliff, who is 95 years of age, died in late Saturday when a tree tornado sent on to Ratliff's home in Hamilton town.

Hamilton, Mississippi, is 140 miles (225 kilometers) southwest of Memphis, Tennessee.

The Mississippi Northeast Daily Journal reports that the tornado caused severe damage to the hospital clinic, some apartments, some storage units, mechanic shop and Hamilton Volunteer Volunteer Department.

Another store and Monroe County Morgue were destroyed.


10:45 a.m.

Local emergency management officers say that one person is dead after the tornado swept through Mississippi town at the end of Saturday.

Monroe Road Manager, Sonny Clay, said at a Sunday news conference that a man was killed in Hamilton when a tree fell on his trailer.

Clay said that 19 people were taken to hospital for treatment, including two in critical condition.

Hamilton, Mississippi, is 140 miles (225 kilometers) southwest of Memphis, Tennessee.


8:35 a.m.

The tornado left potentially damaging in southeastern Alabama Sunday morning.

Poles and power trees were laid out and parts of buildings suspended over utility lines in Troy, located approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Montgomery. Mobile home communities were damaged, but no injuries are reported.

The National Weather Service felt a potential twister on radar, but it is unclear whether the tornado or direct line winds caused the damage.

The Storm Forecasting Center says trees and power lines are down in Brewton near the Florida line, and some power is out. Houses around 250 miles (402 kilometers) north of Glenties were damaged, and damage is spread south of Birmingham.

There are about 65,000 houses and a firm without power in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama along a path of storms crossing the region.


12:45 a.m.

It was reported that many people were injured because tornadoes continued to light along the state of Mississippi-Alabama late in Saturday and early Sunday.

Monroe County Coroner, Alan Gurley, says that many people were injured and damaged various houses in Hamilton, Mississippi, which is 140 miles (225 kilometers) southwest of Memphis, Tennessee. Tornado was reported in the area at the time.

At least one mobile home was destroyed, wearing a man from the mobile home. No deaths were reported.

Roof hotel was damaged in New Albany, Mississippi, although the cause was not clear.

A twister hit Vicksburg, Mississippi early Saturday evening. Earlier, two children died in East Texas after your tree dropped on their moving car.


11:30 p.m.

Deadly storms continue to move across the South after suspected tornadoes are leaking and causing damage to some houses.

The National Weather Service says that there was a Saturday night twister in the Vicksburg area, Mississippi. No injuries were reported, and news footage showed broken windows and debris.

In East Texas, the authorities say that two children were killed when high winds fell on the rear of the family car while moving. Sheriff's Office Angelina County says that an 8-year-old child died of age 3 years after the rear tree of the car found in Lufkin, about 115 miles (185 kilometers) north-east of Houston. The parents were not injured in the front seats.

The weather service also says that an EF-3 tornado forecast showed that 140 mph winds were touched in Franklin, located about 125 miles (200 kilometers) south of Dallas.


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