Hattiesburg Tornado: Rescuers looking for dead, injured

More than 40 firefighters from across Mississippi are assembling outside Hattiesburg police headquarters to search for the dead and injured from an early morning tornado.

Strong to severe storms are in the forecast for our Saturday evening and into our Sunday morning.

Four people were killed in a tornado that hit Hattiesburg overnight. There are also numerous reports of damage.

The Mayor of Quitman says the town's population has been shrinking over the years, and the town isn't profiting from its old policies. With help from another agencies, officials compiled information to help grow the town.

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