PEARL – The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has received reports of damages from 41 counties and the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians from severe weather that began moving through the state Tuesday morning. Six deaths have been confirmed and more than 30 injuries reported across the state. Damage assessments are still ongoing. Residents are urged to continue monitoring local media broadcasts and NOAA weather radios as severe weather is forecast to threaten the state through the evening.
Cumulative reports by county are:
Adams: Power outages county wide, roads now cleared. Alcorn: Trees and power lines down, flooding in the city of Corinth. Attala: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down, roads closed. Benton: Several roads closed due to flooding. Carroll: Homes damaged, roads closed. Choctaw: Homes damaged, trees down and power outages, one death and three injuries. Clarke: Lightning strike damaged communications center. Clay: Homes damaged, trees down, power outages. Coahoma: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down. Covington: Homes damaged, business damaged, and one injury. Grenada: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down. Hinds: Trees and power lines down throughout county. Holmes: Damage reported in Lexington near the Sheriff’s office. Issaquena: Homes and a church damaged, trees down. Kemper: Homes damaged, schools closed. Lafayette: Damage to structures in Oxford area, trees and power lines down, one death reported from vehicle accident, two injuries. Lauderdale: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down. Leake: Homes and businesses damaged in city of Carthage. Leflore: Homes damaged, power lines down. Marshall: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down, roads damaged. MS Band of Choctaw Indians: Homes damaged, trees down. Monroe: Homes damaged, injuries reported, power lines down, roads closed due to debris. Montgomery: Trees and power lines down.
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Neshoba: Mobile home damaged, trees down. Newton: Homes damaged, all schools closed due to weather. Panola: Homes damaged, roads closed, trees down and widespread power outages. Pike: Homes damaged, trees down power outages, one death and two injuries. Pontotoc: Trees and power lines down throughout county. Prentiss: Homes damaged, trees down, roads affected by debris. Rankin: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down, several roads closed. Scott: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down. Smith: Trees down and power outages. Sunflower: Business and trailer damaged, power lines down, one injury reported. Tallahatchie: Widespread power outages. Tate: Widespread flooding, four injuries from school bus accident. Tippah: Homes damaged, trees and power lines down. Tishomingo: Homes and businesses damaged, trees and power lines down in Belmont area. Tunica: Flash flooding in the county and city of Tunica. Union: Homes damaged, minor injury reported, clearing roads to assess damage. Webster: Homes damaged, two deaths and 15 injuries reported. Yalobusha: Mobile home damaged, trees and power lines down. Yazoo: Homes damaged, several roads closed.
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