Update: Our Reid Lybarger is sending pictures of the damage. Below is the trailer that was overturned. He spoke with people who were inside.
A Jonesville family woke up to their trailer being flipped upside down as this mornings storms passed through Concordia Parish. All four, including two young children made it out with only minor injuries! @MyArkLaMiss @NWSJacksonMS #lawx pic.twitter.com/vDfVtxFxeW— Reid Lybarger (@ReidLybarger) November 1, 2018
According to the Northeast Louisiana Ambulance Service, four people including minors were hurt when a possible tornado hit two mobile homes in Concordia Parish. First responders say their injuries were not serious.
Meteorologist Reid Lybarger is in Concordia Parish, and he will have a full report tonight at 5p, 5:30p, and 6p on NBC 10 and FOX 14. Due to poor cell service, Reid has not been able to send us pictures of the damage at this time.
Below is the full press release from the Northeast Louisiana Ambulance Service :
At around 1:45 a.m., Northeast Louisiana Ambulance Service (NELA), along with the Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office, Catahoula Parish Sheriff’s Office, Concordia Parish Fire Protection District 2 and other emergency personnel responded to a residence in northwestern Concordia Parish reporting injuries and extensive structure damage. Upon our arrival, we discovered significant damage to two single-wide mobile home units. One unit was no longer secured to the ground following the storm. The second unit, occupied, was flipped. We transported four patients, including minors, to an area hospital for treatment. Fortunately, their injuries were minor and not life-threatening. The National Weather Service in Jackson issued a Tornado Warning for this area and it was active at the time of the incident. NELA did not receive any other storm-related calls from our service area, which includes all of Richland, Franklin, Catahoula, Madison and Tensas Parishes.