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A meteorologist prayed live when reporting the arrival of a tornado


The climatic phenomenon left 26 dead in Mississippi, United States. Watch the video in the note.

The meteorologist of a local television station in Mississippi (USA), Matt Laubhan,

launched a prayer and called on Jesus

while reporting live the progress of a tornado that killed 26 people in the state on Friday night.

'Dear, Jesus, please help them,' WTVA Chief Meteorologist Matt Laubhan prays as tornado sweeps

During the broadcast, Laubhan reported on the path of the natural phenomenon and, realizing that it was heading directly for a city, warned: "This is a strong, life-threatening tornado that is going to move very close to Amory, or through the northern part of the city," reports


And he called on God


Seeing the real-time update of the storm's progress, he became agitated and his distress became apparent.

After letting out a deep sigh, he commented moved:

"Dear Jesus, please help them. Amen."

After letting out a deep sigh, he commented moved: "Dear Jesus, please help them. Amen" (Video capture).

According to reports, at least 26 people have died in Mississippi after a storm system that hit the state caused tornadoes, heavy rain, gusty winds and hail as it traveled through the south of the state, indicates



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