Deadly Tornado Ravages Louisiana Park; 2 Dead

A tornado touched down near the Sugar Hill RV Park in Louisiana on Tuesday. Two people were killed and at least 30 others were injured.

Destroyed trailers and vehicles at the park located northwest of Convent, Louisiana. Of the 30 people treated at hospitals, seven of them were in critical condition, said Brandon Keller, a spokesman for the St. James Parish Sheriff's Office. Max Becherer / AP
First responders search the remains of trailers and vehicles. Max Becherer / AP
First responders attempt to to find anyone possibly trapped under the debris. Max Becherer / AP
A helicopter aids in the search and rescue operation. Max Becherer / AP
Destroyed trailers and vehicles at park lay strewn across the park. Max Becherer / AP
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards thanks first responders after he toured the area. He described the scene as a "jumbled mess." "We all need to be prayerful and mindful and take those tornado warnings when we see them very seriously," Edwards said. Max Becherer / AP

Search and rescue teams slog through the remains of the park.

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