CCTV footage shows the moment a tornado ripped through Amory High School in Mississippi.
The video shows part of the ceiling falling in and large pieces of debris flying through the hall.
At least 25 people have been killed and dozens injured after the tornado tore through the state.
CCTV footage shows the shocking moment a deadly tornado ripped through Amory High School in Mississippi.
The video shows part of the ceiling falling in, debris flying through the hall, and electrical cables being dislodged.
—James Spann (@spann) March 25, 2023
In a statement on their Facebook page, Amory High School officials said the tornaodo may have have triggered gas leaks in the building.
This is just one incident in the path of destruction caused by the massive tornado that has so far killed at least 25 people and injured "dozens" more, according to the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency.
Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves issued a state of emergency on Saturday, with President Joe Biden tweeting to say he has offered "full federal support" to aid the recovery from the disaster.
According to CNN, the storm has caused residents of Alabama, Tennessee, and Mississippi to lose power as the violent tornado has ripped across all three states.
The small town of Rolling Fork in Mississippi saw the worst of the storm in Mississippi, with footage on social media showing the region reduced to rubble.
—Jordan Hall (@JordanHallWX) March 25, 2023
Brandy Showah, who lives in Rolling Fork, told CNN that she had "never seen anything like" the storm that destroyed the town.
"This was a very great small town, and now it's gone," Showah told the outlet.
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