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Fast moving storm hits Worth County

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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

Worth County, GA (WALB) -  Some Worth County residents got quite a stir last night after straight line winds wreaked havoc on their road.

There is still debris scattered all over Little River Road in Shingler. That is where homeowners are now cleaning up after strong winds blew through around seven last night.

Several pecan trees were knocked down in yards. A massive limb even stabbed one homeowners roof.

Those same winds also blew part of this tin roof back from an old warehouse full of bales of hay.

No one was hurt during that storm.

 

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