Tornado in Rio Grande Valley Has Left Multiple People Injured and One Person De@d

Tornado in Rio Grande Valley Has Left Multiple People Injured and One Person Dead

The National Weather Service reported that a potential tornado touched down in Laguna Heights, Texas, in the Rio Grande Valley on Saturday morning, leaving at least one person dead and numerous more hurt.

The Port Isabel Police Department verified there were casualties on the ground and that numerous buildings had been destroyed in a statement on Facebook. Laguna Heights will not be open to vehicular traffic.

“Crews are working to clear debris and downed power lines,” the statement said. “At about 4 am, a tornado struck the Laguna Heights area. Multiple structures destroyed and injuries confirmed. Port Isabel Event Center is open for shelter.”

ABC News confirms this news on their official Twitter account:

Traffic on Highway 100 will be diverted onto Highway 48.

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There is a significant chance of floods in southern Texas, and storms could bring strong gusts, huge hail, and scattered tornadoes. According to the NWS, a flood watch is in place through Sunday afternoon for a sizable region that stretches from Brownsville in the southernmost point of Texas to central Oklahoma.

In Deep South Texas, the likelihood of showers and thunderstorms will rise on Saturday and throughout the weekend. The wettest weather is predicted for Saturday and Sunday.

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