At least 8 people killed after more than 20 tornadoes hit southern U.S.
At least 8 people were killed after severe thunderstorms swept through the southern United States on April 13 and 14, 2019, producing flash flooding and at least 22 tornadoes in Texas, Lousiana, Mississippi and Alabama.
Two children were killed in Angelina County, Texas after a car they were in was crushed by a tree on April 13. On the same day, two people have been swept away after flash floods hit Ouachita Parish, Louisiana. One teenager died during flash flooding in the community of Bawcomville, Louisiana.