Severe weather: Multiple people killed after tornadoes touch down in Alabama, Georgia

By: Alyssa Wilson

Multiple people have been injured and killed after tornadoes passed through the southern region on Thursday.

At least five deaths were reported, according to CNN.

The coroner in Calhoun County, Alabama, reported that three members from the same family were killed in the town of Ohatchee. The other two victims lived in mobile homes in Ohatchee and Wellington.

The National Weather Service reported severe weather in the southern region with 14 tornadoes in Alabama, one in Mississippi and one in Georgia.

RELATED: 1 dead, at least 17 injured after tornado rips Alabama town

BNC reporter Aiyana Crystal is on the ground in Alabama with live updates about the tornadoes.

This is a developing story that will be updated. 


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