Charlotte Walters, 61, and her daughter Heather Walters, 30, take a break from moving buckets and bowls around inside their house trying to catch water pouring through holes in the roof in Hattiesburg, Miss., Monday, Feb. 11, 2013 following a Sunday afternoon tornado that caused damage throughout the South Mississippi college town. "It came through like a freight train," said Charlotte Walters "I always heard it sounded like a train. It sounded like Katrina," she recalled, having lived in a neighborhood also hit by the 2005 hurricane that devastated the Gulf Coast. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)

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Charlotte Walters, 61, and her daughter Heather Walters, 30, take a break from moving buckets and bowls around inside their house trying to catch water pouring through holes in the roof in Hattiesburg, Miss., Monday, Feb. 11, 2013 following a Sunday afternoon tornado that caused damage throughout the South Mississippi college town. "It came through like a freight train," said Charlotte Walters  "I always heard it sounded like a train. It sounded like Katrina," she recalled, having lived in a neighborhood also hit by the 2005 hurricane that devastated the Gulf Coast. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Charlotte Walters, 61, and her daughter Heather Walters, 30, take a break from moving buckets and bowls around inside their house trying to catch water pouring through holes in the roof in Hattiesburg, Miss., Monday, Feb. 11, 2013 following a Sunday afternoon tornado that caused damage throughout the South Mississippi college town. "It came through like a freight train," said Charlotte Walters "I always heard it sounded like a train. It sounded like Katrina," she recalled, having lived in a neighborhood also hit by the 2005 hurricane that devastated the Gulf Coast. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
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