An unusual outbreak of December tornadoes caused by an unseasonably warm weather hit the Southeast of America from Arkansas to Michigan, killing at least 14 people in three states on Wednesday.
Dozens more were injured, and the authorities are still searching for people that are still missing.
Authorities confirmed seven deaths in Mississippi, six in Tennessee and one person in Arkansas.
Vehicles and debris scattered around the land after the massive disaster which flattened houses and trees.
Last year, tornadoes hit Mississippi, killing five and injuring dozens more.
AP reported that storms continued marching east on Thursday, dumping torrential rain that flooded roads in Alabama and caused a mudslide in the mountains of Georgia.
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