Tornadoes Among Dangers As Severe Weather Outbreak Targets Central Us Weather News - May 27, 2017, 2:12:02 Pm Edt An Outbreak Of Severe Weather Will Continue To Threaten Lives And Property Across The Central United States Into Saturday Night.


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in the town of Wills Point, about seven miles North of Canton. As severe storms moved across East Texas, one person caught what appears to be a tornado just north of Canton near Edgewood. Melissa Horn was home alone when her back porch was ripped apart and the front bricks were peeled off the front of her house. “My biggest fear, I’ve lived through it and I’m OK,” she said. “I just hated having to be here by myself and going through that.” She said she jumped in her bathtub when she heard a loud roar. “I was literally jumping up and down in my bathtub,” she said. “I was scared. I was screaming. And it was over. I think I made more noise than the tornado did.” Very minor damage also was reported to one or two other nearby homes. Several tornadoes tore through VanZandt County April 29, killing four people and injuring a number of others.

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