Residents cover as the huge hail pound Missouri

ADRIAN, Mo. – Grapefruit-sized hail struck Adrian, Missouri Saturday afternoon. The storm hammered houses and cars and left a trail of damage.

FOX 4 found some people who are actually saved from the hail in their freezer. They say it was terrifying when it started to fall out of the sky, and everyone described the experience the same way.

“I could just hear it coming down, it started to sound like bombs heading in the corners of the house,” Mr. Underwood said.

“It sounded as if they were bombs going off,” Randy Reed said.

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“It was just sound like bombs going off,” Tina Reed said.

When people Adrian looked outside this afternoon, she saw hail the size of baseballs and grapefruit pounding their homes, cars and gardens. The hail left behind the holes in the ground, that went a inch in the dirt.

“It’s bigger than I’ve ever seen. My father pick some, he said that it is larger than he has ever seen in his life and he is 70 years old,” Underwood said.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” Reed said

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