The high winds that tore through South Georgia Friday night caused some tress to be blown over or to have limbs broken off.
One such case happened in Robert Cross Park on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
A couple of large trees were uprooted because of the weather.
Luckily, it happened at a time when there was no one there, and there was only limited property damage.
Crews will head out this afternoon to cut up the trees, and cleanup the park.
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