Deadly storms tear through South

ABC News' Marcus Moore reports from Texas, where tornadoes reportedly touched down amid pounding rain that sparked fears of flash flooding.
2:11 | 04/25/19

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We turn to those deadly storms tearing through the south. Reported tornadoes and pounding rain leading to flooding. ABC's Marcus Moore is in Dallas with the very latest, good morning, Marcus. Reporter: Cecilia, good morning. This deadly storm produced tornadoes and dumped several inches of rain. Just to give you an idea how much, check out this. This is usually a calm spillway in Dallas. This morning it looks like a raging river. Overnight at least two reported tornadoes ripping through Texas, this laundromat gutted. The brick walls torn down and a gas station in ruins. The dark funnel cloud forming over the campus of Texas A&M. Oh, my god. Reporter: Later a twister touching down in Bryan blasting out the windows of this home and destroying others. The roof of this barn partially torn off dumping rain and sparking flash floods across the state. Some parts receiving more than half a foot of rain. In Austin this truck overturned in a ditch. Rapidly filling with water. Watch as these good samaritans band together to flip that truck over. Oh, my god. Freeing the young driver trapped inside but for others tragedy. A woman and her two children killed when their car was swept away by floodwaters. The severe weather impacting thousands across the state and affecting travel. Dallas-ft. Worth airport reporting 373 flight delays and at least eight cancellations. And one school district here in Texas at least one has canceled classes because of the severe weather and after two days of torrential rain they are simply hoping for a break in this region. Janai. Thanks to Marcus. You can see the water behind him. To rob with the latest on where that storm is heading next. Rob, good morning. At least Texas getting a break but as you can see the slow-moving system still in Louisiana as mentioned Louisiana tech hit hard across the northern part of the state an this watch in effect for the next couple of hours as they make their way off towards the east. Let's time it out as it pushes down I-10 look for severe weather from New Orleans over towards Tallahassee, biloxi in the mix. Likely just strong winds with this but can't rule out a tornado. Certainly large hail and this system moves up towards the northeast and a built of a mess through the day. Thanks. We go overseas to that first ever summit between north Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian

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