Two people are dead after a tornado in Mississippi and Louisiana sparked a fire in Starkville, a town of about 2,000 people on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, on Sunday, disaster officials said. There were reports of two tornadoes in the area, and two people are reported dead, the St. Louis County Sheriff's Office said.
Yezak said people who were injured when the likely tornado touched down near the towns of Hearne and Franklin were taken to hospitals with non-life threatening injuries. Sanford said the district has received many calls about injuries, but it is not yet certain how serious the injuries are. The county has received "many calls" that people are injured and is "not yet sure" how serious the injury is, he said. He said there had been "many" calls that "people were injured," but "we are not yet sure" how "serious" the injury was.
Sanford said the district had received "many calls" that people were injured and "we're not sure yet" how serious the injury was. If you have been unjustly injured in an accident, please call us at 601 - 487 - 0555 to find out what we can do for you. Mississippi civil rights advocates with the American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi.
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At 92.01pm, there was an electrical problem in Starkville, Mississippi, according to the Mississippi Department of Public Health and Human Services. At least 11 people were killed and several others injured, and there were initial reports of injuries after a tornado ripped through the county, Stark County Sheriff's Office spokesman Chris Davis told CNN.
Mayo said there were no fatalities from the storm, but emergency workers were responding to minor injuries. Mayo said it was not the first time a storm has claimed a life in Starkville, Mississippi, north of the Mississippi-Alabama border, according to a news release from the Stark County Sheriff's Office. Emergency crews responded to serious injuries in the tornado area, as well as reports of minor injuries in other parts of Mississippi's capital, Jackson, and Mayo says there have been no deaths or injuries from the storm. Emergency crews responded to a significant property damage and a report of serious injuries in a town near the tornadoes, so there were no fatalities from the storms, he said.