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Brothers David and Jimmy Garison hug outside Jimmy's Orangefield home as David's wife Gina hugs family friend Dona Rach as they survey the damage caused by Tuesday's tornado. Homes throughout the rural neighborhood on Garrison Rd. were heavily damaged and several destroyed. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise




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Gina Garison hugs her brother-in-law Jimmy Garison outside his home in Orangefield, where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


Boys walk through a neighborhood, carrying a bag filled with debris in Orange County where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


A worker helps board up damaged windows at LaQuinta Inn on TX 62/73 in Orange County, where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


A man leans against a tree while picking up debris on his property along Tulane Rd. in Orange County, where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


A boy takes in the view throughout his neighborhood off of Atkinson Rd. in Orange County, where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


Uprooted trees and downed power lines lie across Garrison Rd. in Orangefield, where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


Vehicles make their way back to a damaged home in Bobcat Trails subdivision in Orangefield where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


Crews work on removing trees and downed power lines on Tulane Rd. in Orange County where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


An uprooted tree lies atop Jimmy and Christy Garison's home in Orangefield, where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


Christy Garison makes her way out of her destroyed home through a broken window while surveying the tornado damage Wednesday morning. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


Remnants of a neighbor's carport are wrapped around a tree houses away in Orange County, where a powerful tornado moved through the region Tuesday. Photo made Wednesday, January 25, 2023 Kim Brent/Beaumont Enterprise


"It was all from that line of thunderstorms that moved through," Meteorologist Chanelle Stigger said. "However, it wasn't, more than likely, the same one that picked up and touched down. More than likely, what we're looking at is three separate tornadoes. We won't be able to actually determine that until the storm survey is completed."


The final tornado -- the one that affected the Newman family -- started just north of Bessie Heights and then crossed Orangefield into the Weiss Bluff before moving over the Sabine River into Starks and Vinton, Louisiana.


Lady Macbeth was talking about tragedies in Galaxy, which is ruined by Rangun, who is saying he wants to destroy Macbeth, a duel is starting between both of them. During the end of the duel, Macbeth's sword falls but he takes Rangun's and pretends to kill him. Witches are telling to Macbeth that Rangun wasn't killed yet. Cindy ruins the scene to impress Corky Shimatzu with fireworks and her mother cheers her on. Betty and Jimmy start their final scene but as they are about to kiss, Sheen creates a massive tornado with special effects, and the tornado destroys the whole play.


The tornado exits the school and sucks things into it, and lifts the school from the ground. When Jimmy is about to fly, Bolbi said he needs a jetpack. Fortunately, Jimmy stops the tornado set the school back on the ground. Willoughby says to him, "Jimmy Neutron! You've ruined my show!" Surprisingly, the audience loves the play and cheers. Then, Betty kisses Jimmy on the lips to make up for not getting to do the scene before. However as the episode ends, the school is revealed to be landed on a mountain of snow.


A tornado tore through parts of New Orleans and its suburbs Tuesday night, flipping cars, ripping roofs off homes and killing at least one person in a region that was pummeled by Hurricane Katrina 17 years ago.


Rescue workers were searching through the suburban parish for more people in need of assistance, according to Sheriff Jimmy Pohlmann. St. Bernard Parish President Guy McInnis said the tornado caused widespread damage throughout the parish.


While people in the metropolitan region are used to dealing with severe weather such as hurricanes or heavy rains, it's rare that a tornado moves through the city. A 2017 tornado caused widespread damage when it touched down in the eastern part of the city.


After leaving the New Orleans area, the system dumped heavy rain, downed trees and prompted multiple tornado warnings as it moved into Alabama Tuesday evening. The roofs of several homes were damaged in Toxey, Alabama, after a storm preceded by tornado warnings passed through the area, the National Weather Service tweeted.


"There used to be a barn there," Harkins said, pointing to an empty plot on his uncle's property covered with scattered debris. He said the building was empty when the first tornado hit Monday, and that his family is thankful nobody was hurt.


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Grocery store Aldi, the Five Guys and Panera Bread restaurants along with the Great Clips hair salon are either open or will open this week. All of the businesses in the shopping center on M-32 West had to close because of damage from the tornado.


"Employees and business partners began work to reopen the Gaylord location the day following the tornado and have worked tirelessly since then to resume operations as soon as possible," Fritsch continued. "All major repairs have been completed, including replacing the roof and various equipment, as well as repairing the exterior façade and inside of the store. We look forward to welcoming back our customers to a fully restored store with our full product line."


Other tornadoes spawned by the same storm system had hit parts of Texas and Oklahoma on Monday, killing a woman north of Dallas and causing multiple injuries and widespread damage, before moving eastward.


Many residents also suffered damage just last year when Category 4 Hurricane Ida swept through. Stacey Mancuso's family just completed repairs to their home in the suburb of Arabi after Ida ripped off the roof and caused extensive water damage. Then the tornado Tuesday tore through their street. She huddled in the laundry room with her husband; two children, ages 16 and 11; and dogs as part of their new roof was lifted away by the wind.


While people in the metropolitan region are used to dealing with severe weather such as hurricanes or heavy rains, it's rare that a tornado moves through New Orleans. A 2017 tornado caused widespread damage when it touched down in the eastern part of the city.


The storm front reached Georgia Wednesday morning after dumping heavy rain, downing trees and prompting multiple tornado warnings in the Deep South. The roofs of several homes were damaged in Toxey, Alabama, after tornado warnings were issued there, the National Weather Service tweeted.


"There used to be a barn there," Harkins said, pointing to an empty plot on his uncle's property covered with scattered debris. He said the building was empty when the first tornado hit, and that his family is thankful nobody was hurt.


Pretty quickly, the Tornado Warning turned into a Tornado Emergency - the first ever issued for the Kansas City area. A Tornado Emergency was first created on May 3, 1999 when a powerful tornado flattened homes near Oklahoma city. While rare, it emphasizes the extreme danger heading straight for populated area.


"We wanted to be very aggressive with that messaging," Barham said. "Seeing what it was doing in Kansas as it was coming in, I pulled the trigger to issue the first Tornado Emergency, which was actually my first ever tornado warning."


"We train for these events with the Weather Service for this exact particular event," Barham said. "We've always trained for the worst-case scenario and this was the worst-case scenario. I went through and practiced the tornado emergency procedures on the equipment before the event even started. Just knowing I need to make sure I have that down in case I go that route."


The ruins of the 1888-89 courthouse after an F4 tornado cut a 230+mile path across southwestern Kentucky on December 10, 2021. This image is from drone footage shot by KY State Senator Whitney Westerfield.


Authorities in St. Charles Parish, west of New Orleans, said a woman was found dead there after a suspected tornado on Wednesday struck the community of Killona along the Mississippi River, damaging homes. Eight people were taken to hospitals with injuries, they said.


About 280 miles away in northern Louisiana, it took hours for authorities to find the bodies of a mother and child missing after a tornado swept away their mobile home Tuesday in Keithville, south of Shreveport.


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