Transcript for Hurricane Isaac: Severe Flooding, Tornadoes in Mississippi
later today, mississippi. So many people there also battling severe flooding and now tornados. And abc's ginger zee joins us, now, from gulfport, mississippi. Good morning, ginger. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Seriously, this is crazy. You're seeing a truck come through. Some vehicles still allowed to come on highway 90. Other than that, just some emergency vehicles. This has been it. Constant rain. Storm surge so big, 10 to 15 inches at the base here. And on top of it, tornadoes. This coastline has really taken a beating. The force of isaac. An apparent tornado spawned by the storm. This house being built in gulfport, ripped from its foundation. Seven tornadoes have been reported across mississippi and alabama. The people here, suffering not only through wind and rain, but a peppering of tornado warnings. What the wind didn't blow over, the waters kept inundated. Flash flooding caused up to 25 inches of rain. This morning, highway 90 remains shut down. Parts of the main thoroughfare through much of the area, now submerged. About 30,000 customers are without power in gulfport alone. Over 700,000 are without power across all the gulf states. Ten miles west of gulfport, in pass christian, roads closed everywhere. Too much rain. The rain here in pass christian is absolutely relentless. You see a mailbox there, almost covered already. And in biloxi, more powerful winds. Eventually things will dry out here, eventually. And when that happens, people say they're worried about the raw sewage that's come up. And of course, all of the mold.
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