Thomson ReutersDecember 21, 2013 22:02
By Kevin Murphy
(Reuters) - Suspected tornadoes wreaked havoc in Arkansas on Saturday, injuring several people, damaging some homes and in one case sweeping trucks off a highway, officials said.
The most widespread damage was near Dermott, Arkansas, in the southeast corner of the state, where five homes were seriously damaged, 15 suffered minor damage and four semi-trucks were blown off a highway, said National Weather Service meteorologist David Cox in Jackson, Mississippi. Two people were injured, he said.