Two people are dead and ten more are injured following a highway collapse in southern Mississippi early Tuesday morning.
The washout occurred on Highway 26 in Lucedale, Mississippi following heavy rainfall from Hurricane Ida. The washout is estimated to be approximately 20 feet deep and over 50 feet wide.
Videos shared to social media show the magnitude of the collapse.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation says the road remains closed until further notice.
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