Transcript for Severe Weather Leaves Path of Destruction
It is another severe weather Sunday. The heart of the country facing threats from hail and possible tornadoes. One of the scariest moments happening in Ohio. Man was struck by lightning at major league soccer game. Linzie Janis is here with more on that and the devastating flooding and tornadoes. Reporter: The man struck by lightning went into cardiac arrest. Had to be resuscitated. Is still in critical condition. It's been a weekend of wild weather, for about seven states in the waterlogged midwest and plains, it's set to get even worse. In Columbus, Ohio, a shocked soccer stadium. After man was struck by bolt of lightning. Minnesota's Pryor lake overflowing at a rate residents have never seen before. We've got a constant inch or two in the basement. Reporter: Neighbors banding together to place sandbags to try to protect their homes. The severe weather bringing blinding rain. Take a look. This drive in St. Paul, Minnesota, barely making his way through the torrential downpour. In Wisconsin, a downed tree setting power lines on fire. And a tornado in Texas that brought down this wall. And all of a sudden, the wind started picking up real bad. I heard a noise like a train real loud, you know, and, all of a sudden, everything started shaking. Reporter: The twister also destroying roofs, cars, and shattering window. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, high winds gusting. Look out for the severe storms. Everyone some potential tornado activity. There have be about a dozen twisters since Friday. Thank you, Linzie. Tracking all the weather has been a full-time job. Bill Kelly is here from our Columbus, Ohio, station, wxys. These storms literally hitting close to home. Yeah, crew stadium. I pass it every day going the work. We had over 70 reports of severe wat weather across the country. You folks in corral Tennessee. 3 to 6 inches of rain already. There will be more violent storms today. Aefb seven states under the elevated risk. Central parts of Iowa. Northern parts of Missouri. The possibility of tornadoes. Other thing we've been talking about, seemingly for weeks and weeks and weeks is the rainfall. Many of you have had at or near record rain for the month of June. You'll add more to the bucket today. Coming up, the potential for tropical weather as well.
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