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Deadly Storms Sweep Through South, Midwest
Strange and scary weather – for this time of year – has hit the South and Midwest, and it’s being blamed for at least two deaths.
FOX News Radio’s Eben Brown reports from Miami:
Those violent thunderstorms spawned what most people in the South and Midwest have come to fear:
(Witness) “I saw the funnel cloud start to develop. A few seconds later, debris started flying all over the place.”
A tornado. One is suspected to have touched down outside Atlanta, in the town of Adairsville, destroying homes and tossing automobiles. Government forecasters have been posting tornado watches and even warnings through much of the South all day. One death was in Gerogia, the other in Nashville.
In Miami, Eben Brown, FOX News Radio.
A woman was in her Adairsville, Georgia home when she saw the storm heading straight toward her house and hid in her bathroom. Her home was destroyed.
Listen to her account of the storm:
This man was driving his semi-tractor trailer when the storm hit Adairsville.
Listen to what he saw:
Tune into your local FOX News Radio affiliate for more on this developing story.