Search and rescue teams are looking for survivors and casualties on Saturday after deadly tornadoes ripped through the U.S. state of Mississippi overnight.
Police officers, emergency crews and survivors could be seen climbing through the debris in Rolling Fork, Mississippi on Saturday looking for anyone who may still be trapped in the rubble.
At least 23 people were killed, and dozens injured by the debris, with the death toll expected to increase as rescue efforts continue.
More than 20 twisters are reported to have moved through the state overnight and into neighboring Alabama.
The towns of Silver City and Rolling Fork were hit by a tornado with a wind speed of 70 miles per hour that destroyed everything in its path. The mayor of Rolling Fork said his town was essentially gone.