Transcript for Severe weather strikes from Missouri to Texas
tornadoes in the midwest. Dozens reported in the heartland overnight, 13 million now in the path of severe weather. So, let's get right to ginger tracking it all. So many frightening images like this. Huge hailstones in Kansas and this morning the severe weather is not done with us. Thunderstorms waking everyone up from Indiana and that's where we find that severe thunderstorm watch. You could still see severe winds blowing through, even large hail and watching that cold front, Alabama, makes night that slight risk, Louisiana and much of Mississippi the next couple of hours and all these severe storm reports now more than 370, several tornadoes reported including one in Missouri where we find our Alex Perez this morning. Reporter: Hey, good morning, ginger. That storm rolled through here very quickly. Many are now just getting a look at the damage. Those powerful winds snapped this tree and even ripped the roof right off of this home. Overnight, severe weather threatening 22 million across the heartland. Some of those are big. Reporter: 29 reported tornadoes striking down from Kansas to Illinois. Just outside of Kansas City, Missouri, homes destroyed and this airport leveled. Watch the moment the nearly 77-mile-per-hour winds ripped this roof off. Vehicles pelted by baseball-size hail and drivers forced to pull over. Now more than 100,000 residents left in the dark but before the storm rolled in, the winds were already packing a punch, semis overturned from Wyoming to Kansas. In Minnesota, wind gusts and the rare early season tornado toppled trees taking down power lines. Looking pretty black there for awhile. We have a couple of big trees down. We have some debris from someone's shed in our garden. Reporter: And officials say at least 12 people were treated for minor injuries, but luckily, no one was killed. Robin. All right, Alec, thank you. Thinking of all those affected. Now to the new health care
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