Tornado Warnings, Watches Issued Across East

Sam Champion reports on the severe weather outbreak.
2:35 | 01/30/13

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A 900-mile-long storm system? And it's active right now, has been throughout the night, will be for hours longer. Twitter pictures, facebook. This is from louisville, the heavy rain. Look at the storm reports. More than 300 reports of storm damage. More coming in now since this is an active storm situation. All the way through the deep south. As e liz pet said, this is a 900-mile-long storm line from ohio to the gulf coast. It's really active right now. Look at the warnings popping up in red. Those are tornado warnings. The severe weather, the yellow boxes. Overnight, 65-mile-per-hour whipping winds flattened this home like a house of cards. Tornado sirens screamed warnings into materially morning hours. 80-mile-an-hour winds in monticello, arkansas. These two vehicles collided beside a home where a 17-year-old girl was electrokuted. High winds blew over this 18-wheeler in missouri. Texas, thousands without power. 60-mile-an-hour winds under the these two rv trailers upside down, injuring one person. This highway covered with tumble weeds. Flooding in memphis, three inches of rain over parts of oklahoma to illinois. Meanwhile, up to four inches of snow now cover the panhandle of texas. All over the midwest -- it seems like it puts it down heavy and really fast. Almost to where we can't keep up to it. No one could keep up. Chasing the storms has been a big problem. Alex perez is at the university of arkansas. What does it look like there? Good morning, sam. The strong straight line winds kept many people up here in arkansas. This shed was protecting the horses there in the last shot. It came down on top of that trailer there. Neither the horses nor people were injured in any of this. As for the 17-year-old young lady that was electro oelectrocuted is doing just fine this morning. It will be a busy morning here.

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