Tornado Has Basically Destroyed ‘Almost Every Building’ In Rolling Fork, MS

Tornado Has Basically Destroyed ‘Almost Every Building’ In Rolling Fork, MS

Photographer Andy Dean reveals and describes what he is seeing on the ground in Rolling Fork, MS. #foxweather #weather #mississippi #tornado

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31 Responses

  1. leokimvideo says:

    Shocking, some of the worst Tornado destruction Ive ever seen. I’m hoping everyone there had shelter underground or were able to escape.

    • 82Mamasgirl says:

      Reminds me of the march 1st tornados we had in Arkansas when I was a kid. We had two join in our neighborhood making a huge one and took most our area out as well.

    • Akita Japan says:

      My prayers for them.

    • Douglas Brown says:

      It’s a poor neighborhood, they can’t afford a shelter, always the poor that get get hard, just like hurricane Katrina in the poor neighborhood in New Orleans.

  2. Gieo Pensoneault says:

    Unbelievable devastation. My heart goes out to everyone affected by this terrible event

  3. RockLobster says:

    As someone who was hit directly by Hurricane Ian there really no words to describe how these people feel inside who are looking at the destruction the next morning. The best way to describe it is that shock mind numbing feeling the instant you learned a family member died. But by the grace of God and hard work they will recover.

  4. dav j says:

    My condolences to the families of the victims. My deepest sympathy to the the survivors. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  5. Ruth Snyder says:

    My condolences and prayers for everyone who has been impacted by this. Prayers for the families who lost loved ones. My heart goes out to all of them.

  6. Cheryl Johnson says:

    Words can not convey how much shock and helplessness these people feel, no electricity, no communications, huge devastation. Been through it, know your pain and suffering my heart goes out to you.

  7. Ryan McManus says:

    I’m sorry for alll those affected 😢

  8. Paper Junking says:

    We think we have problems …until we see true devastation like this.
    Prayers for the healing of this town and its people.

    • Brenton Carter says:

      @Wayne Kerr bahahaha damn son

    • Wayne Kerr says:

      @Brenton Carter no, it was double wide.

    • Brenton Carter says:

      ​@5thRibRoar’Nwas this English?

    • 5thRibRoar'N says:

      And may the People Never be sent to one of those 100% human enslavement experiences that are being dubbed as smart cities. Nothing but stack ’em and pack ’em til one dies. Walk to everything in 15 minutes, but can never walk for an hour to get anywhere else either.
      Nope. Forbidden.
      Land = Self Sustainability = Nope. Forbidden.

  9. WanjaN says:

    This is devastating. My thoughts and prayers with all affected.

  10. Roberta Martinez says:

    Prayers to all those in MS that went through this Tornado. God bless you and your town and citizens!!!🙏🙏🙏

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