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Let's get right to the pictures -- this is Hattiesburg Mississippi look at that monster.
In the -- -- screen.
First pictures coming in to Fox News now.
A large -- touching down we know of severe damage to structures we know of destruction.
We know of severe injuries to people at least three people -- one of them a minor.
Near here and in this particular area we're told that it was near the university.
Of southern Mississippi were still gathering details but the emergency management there saying that hardly anybody was on campus thankfully because they're on break.
Maria Molina and the fox weather center you're watching these pictures with me yes now what does this look like -- you.
And -- looks absolutely terrible that and that tornado probably isn't EF -- -- EF three strength but we won't really know.
And so the survey crews had out in assessing damage naturally -- -- determined.
The strength of that tornado an estimate estimate what -- it had but he probably looks like winds.
-- vote over a hundred miles per hour that particular tornado so very dangerous stuff and based on the reports that we have already received as well of the damage.
Baseball feels damage of -- high school I believe those grove high school.
In that area so a lot of damage coming out of Hattiesburg.
That one area from that tornado it seems so very dangerous stuff here and we have that threat on going not just across Mississippi but also into Alabama as we head into tonight many people will be -- we still do have that risk for more tornadoes so anyone can leave on their television screen.
Or if they do having -- weather radio that would eat dairy import and fourteen -- he can get those warnings you right away and you know and when you need to seek shelter and take appropriate action when there is a possible tornado in your county.
All right there in -- re rack this -- we're gonna go back to it now as we want to take a look at that.
This is unedited in its raw coming into us and and if you just run -- clock on this this thing stays on the ground for nearly a minute.
-- maybe longer -- this is just a -- that was sent to us that we don't have a complete obvious touchdown of this tornado.
That you have to be clairvoyant to know when it was gonna hit.
But here you have it this is Hattiesburg Mississippi this is what you've been describing.
This sort of thing Maria moving across the region their people need to be prepared as the sun sets could you won't be able to see anything's moving our.
Across the Verizon and she can sometimes in places like Kansas and Iowa the sun -- up a we're gonna take another quick break.
A severe weather break out behind a blizzard warning it has been a busy weather weekend and a dangerous ones stay with us.
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