At least 21 people dead after deadly storms barrel through Midwest, South

At least 21 people dead after deadly storms barrel through Midwest, South

FOX Weather’s Max Gorden reports from Little Rock, Arkansas detailing the widespread relief efforts after severe storms and tornadoes ravaged the Midwest and South. #foxnews

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We're going to move now to a fox weather Alert at least 21 people are dead and Dozens more are injured after a series Of severe storms and tornadoes ripped Across the Midwest on Friday the storms Destroying homes businesses and Downing Power lines Fox Weather correspondent Max Gordon is live in hard hit Little Rock Arkansas with the latest Max Hey good morning well it is incredible Driving around Little Rock's West Side It literally looks like a war zone here But the recovery process is now underway Yesterday residents and work Crews were Out trying to begin that long process of Getting back on the city's feet now uh This after an ef-3 tornado struck Little Rock Arkansas it hit around 222 in the Afternoon that's according to the National Weather Service It had Winds of around 165 miles per hour and a maximum width Of more than a mile this was a high-end Ef3 tornado according to the city of Little Rock more than 50 people were Injured in the tornado and one person Died the tornado tore about tore homes And businesses apart and it's still Unclear how many buildings might have Been damaged Saturday more than 115 city Workers were out clearing debris from The streets and all roads are now clear Here 16 000 people were still without Power as of Saturday afternoon but Crews

Have been working to get the lights back On yesterday Arkansas governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders toured the damage and Spoke to First Responders the governor Also pledging her support yesterday to Help rebuild and after severe weather Ravaged the Heartland on Friday a Tornado touched down in Delaware Yesterday around 6 p.m a rare sight for That area of the country the tornado Caused severe damage to Residents homes And came along with severe thunderstorms And hail up to two inches in size now Back here in Little Rock one shelter is Currently open for people to go to City Officials are also helping get residents In more permanent housing and donations Are being accepted to help all the folks Here that are currently in need guys Back to you all right thank you thank You Max appreciate that for sure I'm Steve Ducey I'm Brian Kilmeade and I'm Ainsley Earhart and click here to Subscribe to the Fox News YouTube page To catch our hottest interviews and most Compelling analysis

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