Three passed as tornadoes strike southern US

Tornado repairs to a behind partial of a RV park is seen, Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2016 nearby Convent, La.Image copyright
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Two people died when a hurricane struck a trailer park in Convent, Louisiana

At slightest 3 people were killed as several absolute tornadoes strike a southern United States on Tuesday, officials said.

Tornadoes lashed Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida, destroying homes and businesses.

The deaths occurred when mobile homes were broken in Louisiana and Mississippi, officials said.

Meteorologists pronounced a charge complement could strike Alabama and Georgia after on Wednesday.

Two people died during a trailer park in Convent, southern Louisiana, where 90% of a homes were destroyed, puncture services said.

“These transport trailers were picked up, thrown a substantial stretch and only mangled,” Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards said.

The administrator pronounced it was a “minor miracle” that some-more people had not been killed since many of a trailers were assigned when a charge hit.

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The hurricane shop-worn homes in southern Louisiana

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The hurricane left a route of disadvantage in a wake

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Some businesses were also affected

At slightest 30 people were taken to sanatorium in a state, many of them from a trailer park.

The other genocide occurred nearby a southern Mississippi city of Purvis, a National Weather Service said.

A hurricane was also reported in a northern Florida city of Pensacola, a continue use said.

Local media reported that 3 buildings in an unit formidable had been badly shop-worn and thousands of people in a segment were but power.

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