Parts of the Tri-State were hit hard by storms that rolled through last night and early Wednesday morning.
One of the hardest hit areas is Crossville, Illinois where authorities confirm Tom McCord was killed. Residents and officials are now getting a better look this morning at the damage.
Eyewitness News’ Jake Boswell will bring us updates on what’s happening in Crossville.
VIDEO: A home in Crossville was ripped from its foundation and thrown into thousands of pieces during Tuesday’s possible tornado. pic.twitter.com/K1m3M2LCFU— Jake Boswell (@JakeBoswellNews) March 1, 2017
A house has been ripped from its foundation in Crossville. AMAZINGLY people were home but spent the storm in their cellar. No one injured. pic.twitter.com/4jj9hmzTtQ— Jake Boswell (@JakeBoswellNews) March 1, 2017
Two 30-foot grain bins collapsed under the wind and another was thrown hundreds of feet into a field in Crossville. (It’s way out there.) pic.twitter.com/FATp140Tde— Jake Boswell (@JakeBoswellNews) March 1, 2017
Items that were once inside the home are now littering fields in Crossville, Illinois where one man was killed. Metal is wrapped in trees. pic.twitter.com/Lg8LAnCfoO— Jake Boswell (@JakeBoswellNews) March 1, 2017