A volunteer helps salvage a resident’s belongings as cleanup continued in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
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Stafford, 74, had just gone to the bathroom during Sunday's American football game when the wind started whipping the mobile home park in Albany where he has lived for 31 years.In South Carolina, the National Weather Service has confirmed that two tornadoes struck over the weekend, injuring one woman who was trapped in a mobile home that was damaged near Blackville.Weather experts say tornadoes can hit any time of year in the South – including in the dead of winter. While the central U.S. has a fairly defined tornado season – the spring – the risk of tornadoes "never really goes to zero" for most of the year in the southeast, explained Patrick Marsh of the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma.He said 39 possible tornadoes were reported across the Southeast from early Saturday into Sunday evening – none immediately confirmed.
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