Transcript for 10 killed in Alabama hydroplaning crash
Now to the weather down south. More than 30 homes damaged when that ef-2 ripped through. Elwyn Lopez is live there in Alabama with more. Good morning, elwyn. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. Truly devastating here. Take a look at this truck crushed into what's left of a home. Three trailers here completely gone. Take a look from above. The frames of those trailers now sitting on top of houses. The devastation here goes on for miles. This morning Claudette moving up the southeast, hitting the Carolinas after leaving behind a trail of destruction this weekend. In Alabama, these dangerous flash floods pouring through the roads. In east Bruton Angela Speers is grateful to be alive. This loud noise came and I went flying out the door on the couch. Reporter: The national weather service says an ef-2 tornado tore through the hour. 20 people injured. Authorities investigating a 17-car pile up on I-75. Nine of the ten killed were children. Two of the victims 29-year-old Cody fox and his daughter Ariana. In another car eight children killed. Officials say the youngest just 3 years old. That van carrying a group from a ranch that helps vulnerable roof. The driver Candace gully, the sole survivor. They weren't able to get to the children due to the heat. Reporter: In Hancock Mississippi dangerous floods forcing this man out of his home. Rising waters hitting his neck. Making it to his truck bed waiting for help to arrive. You lost everything. Beds, clothes, you name it. I'm grateful to be alive. Reporter: Officials say a crossing guard lived in what was a home here. One minute standing inside here home, the next under this couch. She walked away with just a few scrapes. Robin? Elwyn, thank you. George? We turn to that travel mess
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