June 6, 2007
Alapaha -- Electrical crews worked all night in Berrien County, restoring power and repairing power lines damaged in a thunderstorm Tuesday night.
The thunderstorm with damaging winds ripped through Alapaha around 10:00 Tuesday night, uprooting trees and scattering debris around the city.
Two of the trees downed a power line near Highway 82. It is unknown how many homes were left without power.
No homes or businesses are believed to have been damaged however, there are more clean up efforts and law enforcement is assessing the damage.
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