Millions in the path of tornadoes, flash floods

Reported tornadoes struck in Indiana while flights in Dallas came to a halt because of severe storms.
2:01 | 06/24/19

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We'll start and begin with those dangerous storms on the move bringing twisters and flash flooding to the midwest. Now 50 million are bracing as the system is heading east. Ginger starts us off with the latest. Amazing images coming in from South Bend, Indiana. People were in their cars leaving dinner and this is what you end up seeing, a tornado right behind that CVS. Holy, . Oh. An up close encounter with a tornado in South Bend, Indiana. Debris swirling in the violent twister right in front of the driver of this car. No way. Watch this light flash behind the CVS before thepower power goes out. Thankfully no one inside this day care and no injuries. Pete buttigieg tweeting the city was assessing the damage and, quote, thankful that as of now no injuries have been reported. While Indiana dealt with that tornado, flights at both Dallas airports came to a temporary ground stop. Communication system for air traffic control has been restored. Reporter: At this marina in gilbertsville, Kentucky, these boats were piled on top of each other. A flash flood emergency declared in southwest Missouri. A home once stood on this foundation before being swept away. Water filling the town of Anderson after 6 inches of rain fell in just 6 hours. Unfortunately more of that to come. Severe thunderstorm warnings popping in Mississippi throughout the morning along this line. Now what will happen, the atmosphere will settle down then recharge for the afternoon and evening and that's why anybody from Kentucky through west Virginia, Ohio, even eastern Michigan down to north Georgia needs to watch for damaging wind, hail and, yes, tornadoes today. Another rough day. Thanks very much. The latest on the crisis

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