Damage from powerful storms and at least one tornado in Rolling Fork, Mississippi on March 25, 2023. Will Newton / Getty Images
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At least 22 people have died as tornadoes cut a swathe through Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia on Friday.
Among them was a monster twister that rated a 4 on the 0 to 5 Enhanced Fujita scale for intensity. The three-quarter-mile-wide tornado tore through Mississippi for 59 miles and around an hour and 10 minutes, devastating the city of Rolling Fork and shocking meteorologists with its size and power.
“I still can’t get over what I saw,” Oklahoma-based storm chaser Stephanie Cox told BBC News.
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