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A wood products plant and its surrounding properties show the heavy damage from Mondays tornado in south Louisville, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Numerous businesses, residences and the community hospital were destroyed or heavily damaged after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Louisville is the county seat and home to about 6,600 people. (AP PhotoRogelio V. Solis)
A wood products plant and its surrounding properties show the heavy damage from Monday's tornado in south Louisville, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Numerous businesses, residences and the community hospital were destroyed or heavily damaged after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Louisville is the county seat and home to about 6,600 people. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Austin Hargrove, left, and Ryan Williams, right, survey damage to a friends home that was destroyed by Sundays tornado, Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP PhotoEric Gay)
Austin Hargrove, left, and Ryan Williams, right, survey damage to a friends home that was destroyed by Sunday's tornado, Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Friends and volunteers help remove Dan Wassoms 1934 Ford from the debris left by Sundays tornado, Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP PhotoEric Gay)
Friends and volunteers help remove Dan Wassom's 1934 Ford from the debris left by Sunday's tornado, Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Friends, seen through debris, comfort each other at the site of a a home destroyed by Sundays tornado, Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning.(AP PhotoEric Gay)
Friends, seen through debris, comfort each other at the site of a a home destroyed by Sunday's tornado, Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning.(AP Photo/Eric Gay)
A set of front door steps are all that remain of a house that was blown off its foundation by Mondays tornado in Louisville, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Numerous businesses, residences and the community hospital were destroyed or heavily damaged after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Louisville is the county seat and home to about 6,600 people. (AP PhotoRogelio V. Solis)
A set of front door steps are all that remain of a house that was blown off its foundation by Monday's tornado in Louisville, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Numerous businesses, residences and the community hospital were destroyed or heavily damaged after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Louisville is the county seat and home to about 6,600 people. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
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Tim Harmon, sales manager at Mayflower RV, surveys tornado damage at his employers dealership in Mayflower, Ark., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. A tornado struck the town late Sunday. (AP PhotoDanny Johnston)
Tim Harmon, sales manager at Mayflower RV, surveys tornado damage at his employer's dealership in Mayflower, Ark., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. A tornado struck the town late Sunday. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
A responder shines his flashlight into the remains of several mobile homes as he searches for survivors in Louisville, Miss., early Tuesday morning, April 29, 2014 after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Tornadoes flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and bent telephone poles into 45-degree angles as they barreled through Alabama and Mississippi on Monday, part of a storm system that killed at least nine people in the South and brought the overall death toll from two days of severe weather in the country to at least 26. (AP PhotoRogelio V. Solis)
A responder shines his flashlight into the remains of several mobile homes as he searches for survivors in Louisville, Miss., early Tuesday morning, April 29, 2014 after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Tornadoes flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and bent telephone poles into 45-degree angles as they barreled through Alabama and Mississippi on Monday, part of a storm system that killed at least nine people in the South and brought the overall death toll from two days of severe weather in the country to at least 26. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Jeff Rogers talks on the phone while surveying damage around his home on Joyner Street in Tupelo, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. The dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP PhotoThomas Graning)
Jeff Rogers talks on the phone while surveying damage around his home on Joyner Street in Tupelo, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. The dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP Photo/Thomas Graning)
An American flag is mounted on mobile home debris as a searcher looks through the remains of several mobile homes in Louisville, Miss., early Tuesday morning, April 29, 2014 after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Tornadoes flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and bent telephone poles into 45-degree angles as they barreled through Alabama and Mississippi on Monday, part of a storm system that killed at least nine people in the South and brought the overall death toll from two days of severe weather in the country to at least 26.(AP PhotoRogelio V. Solis)
An American flag is mounted on mobile home debris as a searcher looks through the remains of several mobile homes in Louisville, Miss., early Tuesday morning, April 29, 2014 after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Tornadoes flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and bent telephone poles into 45-degree angles as they barreled through Alabama and Mississippi on Monday, part of a storm system that killed at least nine people in the South and brought the overall death toll from two days of severe weather in the country to at least 26.(AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
Brent Martin walks along Kincannon Street in Tupelo, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Martin was surveying damage done by a tornado to other homes in his neighborhood. (AP PhotoThomas Graning)
Brent Martin walks along Kincannon Street in Tupelo, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. Martin was surveying damage done by a tornado to other homes in his neighborhood. (AP Photo/Thomas Graning)
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Teresa Ingram finds a picture of her daughter as she looks for belongings in the debris after a tornado passed through destroying Billy Barbs mobile home park on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Athens, Ala. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP PhotoButch Dill)
Teresa Ingram finds a picture of her daughter as she looks for belongings in the debris after a tornado passed through destroying Billy Barbs mobile home park on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Athens, Ala. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)
Teresa Ingram looks for belongings in the debris after a tornado passed through destroying Billy Barbs mobile home park on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Athens, Ala. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning.(AP PhotoButch Dill)
Teresa Ingram looks for belongings in the debris after a tornado passed through destroying Billy Barbs mobile home park on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, in Athens, Ala. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning.(AP Photo/Butch Dill)
Emergency personnel search the remains of several mobile homes in Louisville, Miss., for survivors early Tuesday morning, April 29, 2014 after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Tornadoes flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and bent telephone poles into 45-degree angles as they barreled through Alabama and Mississippi on Monday, part of a storm system that killed at least nine people in the South and brought the overall death toll from two days of severe weather in the country to at least 26. (AP PhotoRogelio V. Solis)
Emergency personnel search the remains of several mobile homes in Louisville, Miss., for survivors early Tuesday morning, April 29, 2014 after a tornado hit the east Mississippi community Monday. Tornadoes flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and bent telephone poles into 45-degree angles as they barreled through Alabama and Mississippi on Monday, part of a storm system that killed at least nine people in the South and brought the overall death toll from two days of severe weather in the country to at least 26. (AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis)
A damaged home is seen on Kincannon Street in Tupelo, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP PhotoThomas Graning)
A damaged home is seen on Kincannon Street in Tupelo, Miss., Tuesday, April 29, 2014. A dangerous storm system that spawned a chain of deadly tornadoes over three days flattened homes and businesses, forced frightened residents in more than half a dozen states to take cover and left tens of thousands in the dark Tuesday morning. (AP Photo/Thomas Graning)
Connie Krehel looks through debris after her home was hit by a tornado, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP PhotoEric Gay)
Connie Krehel looks through debris after her home was hit by a tornado, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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Justin Shaw, left, helps Nick Conway erect a flag pole at his home that was destroyed by a tornado, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP PhotoEric Gay)
Justin Shaw, left, helps Nick Conway erect a flag pole at his home that was destroyed by a tornado, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Residents and friends sift through debris after a tornado struck the area, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP PhotoEric Gay)
Residents and friends sift through debris after a tornado struck the area, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Friends and family sift through debris at the home of Daniel Wassom after his house was destroyed by a tornado, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. Wassom died in the tornado trying to shield a family member. (AP PhotoEric Gay)
Friends and family sift through debris at the home of Daniel Wassom after his house was destroyed by a tornado, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. Wassom died in the tornado trying to shield a family member. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Jimmy Sullinger, sits and watches lightning as a storm approaches the gas station where he works on Monday, April 28, 2014, in Berry, Ala. Tornados flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and injured numerous people in Mississippi and Alabama on Monday as a massive, dangerous storm system passed over several states in the South, threatening additional twisters as well as severe thunderstorms, damaging hail and flash floods. (AP PhotoButch Dill)
Jimmy Sullinger, sits and watches lightning as a storm approaches the gas station where he works on Monday, April 28, 2014, in Berry, Ala. Tornados flattened homes and businesses, flipped trucks over on highways and injured numerous people in Mississippi and Alabama on Monday as a massive, dangerous storm system passed over several states in the South, threatening additional twisters as well as severe thunderstorms, damaging hail and flash floods. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)
Greg Lunsford photographs a home destroyed by a tornado in his neighborhood, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe has asked for a Major Disaster Declaration for Faulkner County, which was hit hardest by a deadly tornado that rolled through the state. (AP PhotoEric Gay
Greg Lunsford photographs a home destroyed by a tornado in his neighborhood, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe has asked for a Major Disaster Declaration for Faulkner County, which was hit hardest by a deadly tornado that rolled through the state. (AP Photo/Eric Gay
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Raella Faulkner, at left, and Bobby McElroy survey whats left of their home Monday, April 28, 2014 after a tornado struck the town of Vilonia, Ark. late Sunday. The couple rode out the storm safely in a nearby storm shelter. Vilonia was hit hard Sunday after a tornado system ripped through several states in the central U.S. and left more than a dozen dead in a violent start to this years storm season, officials said. (AP PhotoKaren E. Segrave)
Raella Faulkner, at left, and Bobby McElroy survey what's left of their home Monday, April 28, 2014 after a tornado struck the town of Vilonia, Ark. late Sunday. The couple rode out the storm safely in a nearby storm shelter. Vilonia was hit hard Sunday after a tornado system ripped through several states in the central U.S. and left more than a dozen dead in a violent start to this year's storm season, officials said. (AP Photo/Karen E. Segrave)
A travel trailer sits inn the rubble of a house in Mayflower, Ark., Monday, April 28, 2014, after a tornado struck the town late Sunday. A storm system ripped through several states in the central U.S. and left at least 16 dead in a violent start to this years storm season, officials said. (AP PhotoDanny Johnston)
A travel trailer sits inn the rubble of a house in Mayflower, Ark., Monday, April 28, 2014, after a tornado struck the town late Sunday. A storm system ripped through several states in the central U.S. and left at least 16 dead in a violent start to this year's storm season, officials said. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
Destiny Simmons sits in the rubble of her home that was destroyed by a tornado as she talks on a cell phone, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP PhotoEric Gay)
Destiny Simmons sits in the rubble of her home that was destroyed by a tornado as she talks on a cell phone, Monday, April 28, 2014, in Vilonia, Ark. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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