A severe storm system bringing flash flooding and tornadoes pushed east Sunday after leaving a trail of destruction across East Texas, killing at least four people there and injuring dozens more, officials said. The line of storms in Texas that spawned tornadoes were among several in parts of the South and Midwest that brought strong winds, thunderstorms and

torrential rain, killing a total of at least six people in three states over the weekend. In Arkansas, a 65-year-old woman was killed when a tree was blown into her home Saturday in De Witt. Police told FOX 16 the woman was lying on her couch when the tree collapsed into her home. Numerous water rescues have been reported Sunday across Little Rock, FOX 16 reported. READ MORE