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>> The cleanup begins across parts of the South, after a weekend of powerful storms left at least 18 people dead. Georgia, the hardest hit, tornadoes there killing 14. Buildings collapsed, trees overturned, power outages, that's the aftermath of the devastation that hit this mobile home park in Adel, Georgia.
While in Albany, Georgia the search for survivors continues.>> Our mission tonight pretty much we're knocking on doors, going into the mobile homes to check and see if there is anyone in there. And if so, we're here to help them.>> Mississippi with four deaths, Alabama also seeing devastation.
President Donald Trump pledging federal assistance for several states after expressing his condolences at a White House event.>> Florida affected, Alabama affected by the tornadoes and just expressed our sincere condolences for the lives taken. Tornadoes were vicious and powerful and strong and they suffered greatly.>> A state of emergency has been issued for parts of Georgia with flood and high wind warnings in effect for Monday.