'I Hear a Baby Crying': Tornado Strikes Selma, Alabama, Causing Major Damage

The National Weather Service confirmed damage in Selma, Alabama, after warning of a “large and extremely dangerous tornado” moving through the city on Thursday, January 12.

This footage from Selma resident Krishun Moore shows damage on a residential street. In the video, Moore and another person say they can hear a baby crying. Credit: Krishun Moore via Storyful

Video transcript

KRISHUN MOORE: Somebody crying.

- Yeah I hear a baby crying too. She said that she heard the baby crying.

KRISHUN MOORE: Oh my God.

KRISHUN MOORE: Somebody crying.

- Yeah I heard a baby crying too. She said that she heard the baby crying.

KRISHUN MOORE: Oh my God.

KRISHUN MOORE: Somebody's crying.

- Yeah I hear a baby crying too. She said that she heard the baby crying.

KRISHUN MOORE: Oh my God.

KRISHUN MOORE: Somebody crying.

- Yeah I hear a baby crying too. She said that she heard the baby crying.

KRISHUN MOORE: Oh my God.

KRISHUN MOORE: Somebody crying.

- Yeah I hear a baby crying too. She said that she heard the baby crying.

KRISHUN MOORE: Oh my God.

KRISHUN MOORE: Somebody crying.

- Yeah I hear a baby crying too. She said she heard the baby crying.

KRISHUN MOORE: Oh my God.