As Twitchy reported, tornadoes in Mississippi and Alabama caused major damage and injuries on Christmas. As many as 34 tornadoes ripped through the South, trapping people in their homes and mangling buildings.
Scary photo of the tornado from my neighborhood in Mobile this evening, taken by neighbor down the street. http://t.co/McgrisMm
— Alex Pappas (@AlexPappas) December 26, 2012
Incredible video that's incredibly sad of the Mobile tornado on Christmas Day. http://t.co/Acdctu4S
— Leigh Spann (@WFLALeigh) December 26, 2012
The Christmas storm is being blamed for three deaths and many more injuries.
— Jim Cantore (@JimCantore) December 26, 2012
The tornado did not hurt anybody I know but not all were so lucky 🙁 – Christmas Day storms blamed for 3 deaths – http://t.co/oNoliqMp
— Saki (@_saki_chan) December 26, 2012
The property damage is severe in some areas.
— Micah Grimes (@MicahGrimes) December 26, 2012
Historic church "likely a total loss" in Mobile tornado. http://t.co/Wt35Ip2p
— Rena Havner Philips (@RenaPhilips) December 26, 2012
@seanagnew my hospital got hit and I’m not sure about my house yet, I’ll find out tomorrow!
— Nikki (@nikkibama) December 26, 2012
— Jenn Horton (@JennWSFA) December 26, 2012
Damage at Brantley Mobile Home Park in Troy. pic.twitter.com/cu6lae9J
— Ryan McCollough (@RyanLMcCollough) December 26, 2012
Brantley Mobile home park in Troy after possible tornado. pic.twitter.com/je2xl5Aw
— Thomas Graning (@tgraningphoto) December 26, 2012
Prayers to Mobile, AL ~ pic of my high school roof blown off tonite due to tornado. pic.twitter.com/QEXiJs0J
— Amy D. Howell (@HowellMarketing) December 26, 2012
— Rachel Chidester (@rachelchidester) December 26, 2012
Continued prayers for everyone in the South.
The heartbreaking weather-related deaths continue today:
— Megawatt Herb Drench (@mdrache) December 26, 2012