Brutal storms continued to sock the South on Wednesday, killing over 200 people across six states. Alabama took most of the impact; at least 162 of the deaths occurred in that state, which was hit with a mile-wide tornado that tore through the college town of Tuscaloosa. It then passed just north of Birmingham. Over 300,000 people are without power now, and Alabama has declared a state of emergency. Deaths were also recorded in Mississippi, Georgia, Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee.