NORTH CAROLINA - A temporary hospital is on its way from North Carolina to Mississippi to help with recovery efforts after a tornado ripped through the state.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services spokesperson says the first 12 trucks carrying tents and equipment left Friday.
Six additional trucks are still being loaded.
Thirty-five people were killed in a two-day tornado outbreak and violent weather throughout the Midwest.
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