Stated. Two people, 29-year-old Cody Fox and nine-month-old Ariana Fox, in Marion County, Tennessee, died in another vehicle, Garlock told local media.
This photo, provided by Alicia Josie, shows debris covering the streets of East Brewton, Alabama on Saturday, June 19, 2021.
He said the vehicles were likely to have hydroplaned on the wet roads and lost control.
Ten people died in a two-crash crash in Alabama Saturday, officials told local news outlets.
At the end of Saturday, it rained in northern Alabama and Georgia, killing them. Earlier, Claudette on the Gulf Coast of MS reported as much as 12 inches (30 cm) of rain.
Flash flood clocks on Sunday were posted on Florida Panhandle, northern Georgia, most of SC, the coast of North Carolina, and parts of southeastern Alabama. A tropical storm warning was in effect in North Carolina from the Little River Inlet to the town of Duck on the Outer Banks. Forecasts have issued tropical cyclone surveillance in the Little River Inlet on the South Santee River, South Carolina. The eight ranged from ages 4 to 17. The van caught fire after the wreck.
The driver of the bus was pulled from the wreckage of the crash, but passersby could not rescue the girls. Her condition wasn't immediately available.
Garlock said numerous victims were foster children, but two were Gulley's children.
"It was horrendous. I've never seen anything like it in my whole life", Smith said. "We love these girls like they're our own children".
According to Garlock, the location of the wreck is "notorious" for hydroplaning, as the northbound highway turns down a hill towards a small stream. Traffic on that stretch of I-65 is usually filled with vacationers driving to and from Gulf of Mexico beaches on summer weekends. Butler County Sheriff Danny Bond said several people were also injured.
"They were on their way back from the beach", Mr. Smith stated in an interview on Sunday. "Please continue to pray for us as we navigate this hard time". She said she then became a relief parent, working on fundraising and being involved in the community, before she became the ranch director.
"I just visited her today in the hospital, and she's talking, and I was with her this morning and I went to tell her "bye" and that I was coming here to the ranch", Smith told CNN.
Claudette's center shifted into western Alabama, bringing heavy rains and gusty winds, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The system was about 25 miles (35 km) west of Atlanta. According to the National Hurricane Center, it was moving east-northeast at 17 miles per hour.
More than 20 people were rescued by boat in the floods in Northport, Alabama. The Tuscaloosa County Emergency Management Agency said on Twitter that local Red Cross volunteers are ready to help those affected. A shelter has been opened in Northport.
The National Weather Service on Saturday issued a tropical storm watch for southeastern North Carolina as Tropical Storm Claudette approaches the state.
Escambia County Sheriff Heath Jackson said the alleged tornado "almost leveled" the mobile home park, knocked down trees in the house, and stripped the roof of the high school gymnasium.
"It affects everyone a bit", Jackson said. "However, because these mobile homes are built so close together, the damage to them may be much greater than scattered homes". The storm also sparked reports of multiple tornadoes.
The damage from the storm was also felt in northern Florida, where winds-in some cases up to 85 miles per hour (137 km/h)-caused an 18-wheel truck to roll over. Earlier, it also caused flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi.
According to forecasters, the system can rain 2 to 4 inches (5 to 10 centimeters) in the area and can store 8 inches (20 centimeters) in isolation.
Separately, the tropical cyclone Dolores landed on the west coast of Mexico with forces close to a hurricane.
Claudette continued to produce heavy rains and the threat of flash floods across much of the Southeast on Sunday morning. Its remnants had maximum sustained winds of 25 mph (35 kph), and it was centered about 170 miles (275 kilometers) east of Mazatlan, Mexico.