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MEMA releases damage report from Saturday storms

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The state agency reports damage in 25 Mississippi counties because of tornadoes, high winds and flooding.

Posted: Jan 13, 2020 3:05 PM
Updated: Jan 13, 2020 6:34 PM

PEARL, Miss. (WTVA) -- The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency reports damage in 25 counties when severe weather moved through the state on Saturday. 

MEMA says over 9,100 power outages are reported statewide.

The report says a majority of the outages are in Bolivar, DeSoto, Sunflower, and Washington counties.

The National Weather Service is also conducting damages surveys in the state.

MEMA continues to receive reports from local emergency management crews and the numbers are expected to change.

Anyone with damage is asked to report it to their local emergency management office.  

DAMAGE REPORTS AS OF 1:55 PM - JANUARY 13, 2020

Bolivar – 107 homes damaged, three roads damaged, four injured
Carrol – one home damaged, 10 roads damaged
Chickasaw – one home damaged, 10 roads damaged
Choctaw – 26 apartment units damaged, 10 roads closed due to debris, two closed due to flooding
Coahoma – two homes damaged
Copiah – one home damaged
DeSoto – 210 homes damaged, five roads closed
          EF-1 tornado from Tate into DeSoto County
          EF-2 tornado

Grenada – 10 homes damaged
Hinds – 13 homes damaged
Leflore – three homes damaged
Leake – 10 roads closed due to flooding
Lee – homes damaged, roads flooded
Marshall – five homes damaged, three roads closed, one injured
Monroe – one home damaged, 10 apartment units damaged, 15 roads closed
Oktibbeha – 30 roads closed and/or flooded
Panola – 50 homes damaged, 30 roads closed and/or flooded, one injury
Prentiss – 54 homes damaged, five apartments damaged
Quitman – eight homes damaged, four apartments damaged, one road closed
Sunflower – homes damaged, five roads closed, six injured
Tallahatchie – 30 homes damaged
Tate – four homes damaged
EF-1 tornado into DeSoto County
Tishomingo – three homes damaged, three roads closed
Tunica – four homes damaged, four businesses damaged, 17 farms damaged, two injured
Washington – 20 homes damaged, 50 apartments damaged, 10 roads closed, two injured
Webster – three homes damaged, 15 roads closed

Mississippi Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 307332

Reported Deaths: 7095
CountyCasesDeaths
DeSoto20757248
Hinds19869408
Harrison17475302
Rankin13307275
Jackson13095243
Madison9886210
Lee9854169
Jones8289160
Forrest7522146
Lauderdale7185237
Lowndes6261144
Lamar610284
Lafayette6026117
Washington5279132
Bolivar4769129
Oktibbeha455297
Panola4440103
Pearl River4418139
Warren4277118
Marshall4267100
Pontotoc416472
Monroe4056132
Union403575
Neshoba3984176
Lincoln3869107
Hancock371985
Leflore3468124
Sunflower329389
Tate322681
Pike3177104
Scott310472
Yazoo304268
Alcorn297664
Itawamba296776
Copiah292965
Coahoma289677
Simpson287484
Tippah284668
Prentiss275659
Marion265679
Wayne261341
Leake260973
Grenada254882
Covington254380
Adams245882
Newton244859
George237647
Winston225981
Tishomingo222067
Jasper219748
Attala213273
Chickasaw204857
Holmes186471
Clay182354
Stone179131
Clarke176676
Tallahatchie175240
Calhoun163130
Yalobusha158636
Smith158534
Walthall130543
Greene129433
Lawrence126223
Noxubee125833
Montgomery125542
Perry125138
Carroll120826
Amite119941
Webster113432
Jefferson Davis105332
Tunica102525
Claiborne101330
Benton97225
Kemper95126
Humphreys94332
Franklin81723
Quitman78916
Choctaw72817
Jefferson64828
Wilkinson64727
Sharkey49617
Issaquena1686
Unassigned00

Alabama Coronavirus Cases

Cases: 518588

Reported Deaths: 10712
CountyCasesDeaths
Jefferson753351487
Mobile37698798
Madison33829494
Tuscaloosa25245443
Montgomery23942565
Shelby23094238
Baldwin20617300
Lee15510165
Calhoun14277311
Morgan14137268
Etowah13660345
Marshall11952219
Houston10379278
Elmore9988200
Limestone9806147
Cullman9467188
St. Clair9422234
Lauderdale9208227
DeKalb8745181
Talladega8042171
Walker7087275
Jackson6753110
Autauga6715103
Blount6480135
Colbert6200130
Coffee5397112
Dale4766110
Russell428238
Franklin419882
Chilton4080109
Covington4053114
Tallapoosa3892146
Escambia387574
Dallas3526149
Chambers3499122
Clarke346360
Marion3065100
Pike305475
Lawrence295295
Winston272272
Bibb256258
Marengo248561
Geneva245875
Pickens232959
Barbour224755
Hale218675
Butler212266
Fayette208960
Henry187844
Cherokee182044
Randolph176741
Monroe171240
Washington163838
Macon154348
Clay149354
Crenshaw149257
Cleburne146041
Lamar139234
Lowndes136453
Wilcox124327
Bullock121340
Conecuh109028
Perry107926
Sumter102932
Coosa99228
Greene90734
Choctaw58624
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