MEMPHIS, Tenn. — At least 15 people are dead after deadly storms rolled through the Mid-South on Wednesday.
In Pope County, Arkansas an 18-year-old was killed after a tree fell on the home she was in, trapping her and a younger sibling inside.
When rescuers finally pulled them out of the rubble, the woman was dead.
Two others were killed in Marshall County officials in Holly Springs told reporters Thursday morning.
After their third sweep of the area, they said they were confident everyone was accounted for as of 11:15 a.m.
A 7-year-old boy was among those who died after a storm picked up and tossed the car he was riding in, officials said.
Benton County was the hardest hit area with four people killed.
Benton County law enforcement has identified two of those victims as William Crawford and Patricia Williams. Another man, Michael Nunnally, is missing.
Tippah County also had one death, Gov. Phil Bryant confirmed.
Walnut Mayor Vicki Skinner did not identify the deceased but said the victim was a woman about in her 60s. Crews searched for her Wednesday night after the tornado, and they found her body in a heavily damaged trailer in a ravine when they returned to search the next morning, Skinner said.
There was another death in Coahoma County, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency confirmed. The victim, Diane Fredrick, 61, died Friday evening in the hospital. she was from the Bellview community in Coahoma County.
In Tennessee, Perry County lost two people and Rhea County lost 1. The Tennessee Emergency Management Agency later learned three more people died in the state. Those three victims were a 19-year-old woman and two 22-year-old men, all from Maury County.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency said more than 60 people were injured.
Some of the injuries included amputations, agency spokesman Greg Flynn said.