Search and rescue efforts are under way after one of the deadliest tornadoes to have ever hit the US state of Mississippi.
At least 24 people have died following Friday night's tornado, with more thought to be trapped under the rubble of destroyed buildings.
The biggest twister obliterated dozens of buildings in several small towns, flipping cars on their sides and toppling power lines.
US President Joe Biden described the images coming out of Mississippi as "heartbreaking", adding that the federal government will do everything they can to help.
Biden also says they will be there as long as it takes to deliver the support they need to recover.
Although yesterday the National Weather Service warned that several tornadoes were forecast, it is possible the devastation was caused by a "skipping tornado" - a single twister that lifts from the surface only to touch down again.
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