“Apcalyptic Storm” Continues to Slam Southern US


The Scenic Highway in Pensacola, Florida Collapsed Due to Heavy Rain

The storm that has caused tornadoes throughout the south continued to wreck havoc as it moved east, bringing the worst flooding in decades to Florida and landslides in Baltimore.  37 people have died in tornadoes over the last three nights, with Arkansas being hit by a monster tornado that traveled 80 miles.

Extremely heavy rain caused a road to collapse in Baltimore.  Mud came up through cracks in the road before it collapsed into a large sinkhole.  No one was injured, but local homes had to be evacuated.  About 20 inches of rain hit Pensacola, Florida, the most in several decades.  A highway collapsed in the city after the heavy rain.


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