Homes Damaged as Tornadoes Strike Mississippi, Alabama

Homes Damaged as Tornadoes Strike Mississippi, Alabama

Homes Damaged as Tornadoes Strike Mississippi, Alabama

Disaster Alert
March 31, 2020

Source: The Weather Channel

Additional Resources:

USA Today (Strong storms and possible tornadoes leave damage, power outages from Mississippi to Georgia)

WLOX (George County cleaning up after Tuesday morning tornado damage)

News 4 JAX (Severe storms blow through St. Johns, Clay counties, cause damage)

Approximate locations (according to media outlets) sustaining structural damage:

Alabama

– Eufaula (Barbour County, 36027, 36072)

Florida

– Fleming Island (Clay County, 32003)
– Fruit Cove (St. Johns County, 32259)

Mississippi

– Agricola (George County, 39452)
– Benndale (George County, 39456)
– Lucedale (George County, 39452)

NOTE: This has not yet been declared a FEMA Major Disaster.

At a Glance

  • At least three tornadoes have been confirmed.
  • About a dozen homes were damaged in Eufaula, Alabama.
  • Trees and power lines were knocked down in some areas.

Severe weather moved across the Deep South Tuesday and spawned at least three tornadoes that damaged buildings and knocked down trees and power lines.

Tornadoes were confirmed in Alabama and Mississippi, and a possible tornado hit near Madison, Florida, late Tuesday afternoon.

The mayor of Eufaula, Alabama, told WSFA-TV that about a dozen homes were damaged when a tornado hit around noon CDT. There was one report of a minor injury. Video footage showed the tornado moving through and some of the homes that it hit.
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