Bangalore, May 2: Pensacola (Florida) residents were in for a surprise when heavy rains lashed the city. People ran to their attics or the basements in order to save themselves from the torrential rains.
The rains are a result of the severe tornadoes that left Mississipi and Arkansas into shreds. Roads were seen developing huge cracks, while automobiles were seen piled on top of each other. Many areas were also left inundated by the heavy rains.
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Rains continue to haunt US
Area residents view autos sitting on top of each other in a washed out section of Dog Track Road in the Millview community as the Gulf Coast continues to clean up from damage caused by torrential rains in Pensacola, Florida.
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