In America's Mississippi, 'tornado' caused massive destruction, damage to many buildings, people should be advised to be cautious
Tornadoes in US Mississippi: Tornadoes hit several places in the US state of Mississippi on Sunday, causing damage to several buildings. But no one was immediately aware of the injuries. By noon and night, several storms occurred in the entire state. A 'tornado emergency' was declared late Sunday night for Tupelo and the surrounding areas (Tornadoes in US). The mayor's office said on Facebook at around 11 pm that there was news of damage in the city of Tupelo.
Along with this, it has also been said that emergency service personnel are assessing the level of damage. People were appealed on social media not to get out of their homes and not to drive (US Mississippi Tornados). In Memphis, the National Weather Service has tweeted several photos, showing that many trees and electric poles have fallen. A middle school in Tupelo is damaged (Damaged After Tornadoes in US). Along with this, houses and shops have also been damaged.
Trees fell on vehicles
People have been asked to take precautions. Giving information about the case, an official said that the city of Calhoun has suffered a lot last night. The officer said, 'The electric poles had fallen here. Trees have fallen in some houses. Trees broke down on the vehicles. Many businesses have been harmed (Mississippi Cities Damaged). It was good that we have not received any information about anyone being injured. The officer told the people to stay inside the houses. Do not leave the bar unless it is very important.
Roads being cleared
Rescue and relief teams have started removing trees and electric poles lying on the roads. Many media reports have also reported that the impact of the tornado has been seen in many other cities of the state. The National Weather Service in Jackson said that funnel clouds were seen in many parts of the state. Which often combine with a storm and take the form of a tornado.