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Our Casey Stegall is in the area and has been reporting on what he's seen from this 7-Eleven that was blown away Casey -- it that's just one minute tiny area.
Of hundreds and hundreds across that spot that are that are trying to deal with.
How to move on.
Yeah it is it's very isolated but then as you starts you know drive and you see that.
This is playing out really for miles and miles and miles all around the National Weather Service in fact saying that that there are some twenty miles or scored into the earth when this thing came through -- really I just -- -- get out the way get right to back there.
I'm getting a little bit of feedback in my -- so bear with me please this is obviously draws were trying to.
To get get this out to you that's what I was describing earlier you see those people digging through that rubble back there that's at the rear of the 7-Eleven.
They're searching for somebody.
And I'm looking all around and I see this going on.
Back in the distance where that is a neighborhood just on the other side they've been throwing bottles they've been throwing debris over there.
And as planned out I see it in 123.
Spots in the background people just digging through the rubble.
Trying to see if someone is under it.
And if someone is alive we know that the news helicopters there's a no fly zone I've seen helicopters buzzing around recently.
But there only emergency helicopter -- they don't want the news choppers up.
Because they want to be able to hear if someone is perhaps injured.
And they are yelling out from underneath the rubble.
The first responders clearly want to hear them so this is a very much a search and rescue situation right now and hard telling how long it's gonna last shepherd.
It's my understanding that this tornado spent more than.
So much time on the ground that the thirty square miles.
Have been hit by it if if true.
We we we're in record breaking territory.
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