Real-Time Reactions, Pics From People Affected by Midwest Tornado

Kate Freeman

As a tornado swept through the Midwest, folks in the storm's path tweeted their reactions and fears on Thursday and Friday.

High-wind storms and twisters hit a large region of the Midwest on Thursday and Friday causing casualties and property damage -- even wiping away one town completely. People trapped in the storm and those who surveyed the damage captured photos on their phones and posted the pics on Twitter, Facebook and other sites.

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The storm moved into Nashville on Friday where people closed-up shop and children left school to seek shelter. The Weather Channel operates a live Twitter feed of people tweeting about the storm.

By Friday afternoon, Marysville, a town of 1,900 in Southern Indiana, was "completely gone" after a tornado hit it, according to reports. The storms enveloped the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes, damaging buildings and reportedly killing 13 people.

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Below are some reactions from people caught in the storm:

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This story originally published on Mashable here.