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>> Mangled trucks and cars litter the ground in Texas after severe storms, including three tornadoes, barreled through the area about 50 miles east of Dallas Saturday night. At least five people killed, dozens injured and a trail of destruction left behind. Search and rescue efforts are still under way.
The twisters, part of the same system causing severe flash flood warnings across other southern states. Eleven inches of rain falling in parts of northern Arkansas and southwestern Missouri. The body of a 72 year old woman was recovered in deep flood waters that washed away her car in Clever, Missouri, her husband rescued before the vehicle sank.
An 18 year old man drowned inside his submerged car in Pulaski County. Into Wood, Arkansas, a woman was killed when heavy winds sent a tree crashing down on her mobile home. Thunderstorms with winds of 60 miles per hour bringing damaging hail, flooding and power outages to Oklahoma and there were reports of a possible twister Sunday morning in Hines County, Mississippi.
Meteorologists say the wicked weather isn't over yet. Severe thunderstorms and tornados threaten the area through Monday, and warnings of major river flooding are expected to remain until next week.