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Biden Orders Aid To Mississippi After Tornado Killed 23

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The United States President, Joe Biden, ordered federal aid to the state of Mississippi to support local recovery efforts in areas affected by a devastating tornado, the White House said on Sunday.

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The federal funding includes grants for temporary housing, home repairs and low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses.

At least 23 people were killed as a devastating tornado ripped across the southern US state of Mississippi, tearing off roofs, smashing cars and flattening entire neighborhoods.

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The state’s emergency management agency said Saturday that at least four people were missing and dozens were injured, while tens of thousands of people in Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee were without power.

The powerful storm system that generated the tornado, accompanied by thunderstorms and driving rain, cut a long path across the state late Friday, slamming several towns along the way.

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In the town of Rolling Fork, home to less than 2,000 people, an entire row of houses and buildings was demolished, leaving only scattered debris. Cars were overturned, fences were ripped up and trees uprooted, television footage showed.

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