(NECN: St. Louis, MO) - The Lambert-St. Louis International Airport remains shut down after a tornado rolled right through the airport. Gigantic plate glass windows were blown out, and it was pretty scary inside as we could see from some home-shot videos.
Crews are surveying the damage, and they hope to have the airport back at 70% capacity Sunday, and 100% by midweek. Luckily, no serious injuries have been reported so far, and there were no deaths. There were about four injuries reported from flying glass.
The Weather Channel's Mike Seidel reports from St. Louis.