A devastating tornado almost completely destroyed an American city: creepy footage
On March 24, a severe storm covered the United States. A deadly tornado and hail the size of a golf ball hit Mississippi the most, including the city of Rolling Fork.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency showed the aftermath of a natural disaster. Images from the almost completely destroyed city are shown later in the material.
Only ruins remain: eerie footage from the ruined Rolling Fork
Mississippi was hit the hardest by the deadly tornado. In particular, it is known that the city of Rolling Fork was razed to the ground.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency said that the tornado was moving at a speed of 113 kilometers per hour, destroying everything in its path. The organization also released footage of the aftermath of the tragedy.
In addition, Maxar made comparative satellite images of the city. In the photographs we see that the natural disaster has destroyed almost everything.
What does Rolling Fork look like after a devastating tornado / Photo by Mixar
Great sandstorms in China
- China has been hit by massive sandstorms. They swept through Beijing and northern China on March 22.
- The media reported that as a result, visibility dropped to less than 10 meters. What's more, the sandstorm covered the region in thick clouds of orange dust and led to dangerous air pollution.
- Note that the Beijing Monitoring Center called the sandstorm on Wednesday “the strongest sandstorm this year.” Meteorological services in Beijing urged people to try not to go out during this period and stay at home until the bad weather passes.