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Tift County storm cleanup continues

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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

TIFT COUNTY, GA (WALB) - After one of this weekend's powerful storms moved through Tift County, people there are slowly starting to begin cleanup efforts.

Saturday's storm damaged roofs and tore barns to pieces

Many trees have already been cleared.

But some people who have major damage are still filing official reports.

The Tift County sheriff's office took care of some of that on Sunday.

Robert Wilkes says he's waiting for insurance adjusters to survey the damage before he starts to clean-up.

"We're having to wait on the insurance company and all to send the adjustor out and look, maybe tomorrow he'll be out here and we could start cleaning up," Roberty Wilkes, Tift County.

No one was injured in the storm.

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