Mississippi rebuilds after deadly tornado
William Denselow

Efforts are underway to help rebuild the U.S. town of Rolling Fork after it was devastated by a deadly tornado.

At least 25 people died and hundreds were displaced when a twister barreled through parts of Mississippi and Alabama on Friday night.

Mississippi governor Tate Reeves issued a state of emergency for counties affected by the severe storms and a clean-up operation is underway.

CGTN's William Denselow reports from Rolling Fork, Mississippi.

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