Tornadoes in Mississippi leave dead and devastation
Severe damage throughout the entire town of Rolling Fork, Mississippi, from the tornado that hit on Friday, March 24.

Tornadoes in Mississippi have left many places devastated, and at least 25 dead and dozens injured.

The storms began ripping houses from their foundations, toppling vehicles on their roofs and littering the streets with debris, and worst of all, the weather is expected to hit again.

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The authorities initially recorded that there were 23 people dead and another four missing, adding that there were rescue teams to help those affected.

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency said Sunday that the number of victims could increase, rescue teams resumed rescue efforts on Sunday.

Joe Biden issued an emergency declaration for Mississippi, allowing federal funding for counties in the state and most areas affected by tornadoes.