SOUTHWEST, Mo.– Severe storms swept across the Ozarks for almost 24 hours and left behind quite a bit of damage.
We took a look at some of the recovering parts of the Ozarks that were hit the hardest.
In Jasper County, an 18-year-old girl, who was swept away in a car by high water, was found alive today after spending eight hours in 60-degree water. To find out more about this story, click here.
In Wheatland, some families’ campers were torn apart as a result of damaging winds. To find out more about this story, click here.
In Springfield, flash flooding was a concern. Several areas had high water and even some streets were blocked off.
The Wild Animal Safari park lost its giraffe house roof, along with some uprooted and split trees. To find out more about this story, click here.