Thousands of people lost power due to a storm in Crisp County.
Crisp County Power said the outages were in the Hatley Community, Arabi, and Lake Blackshear.
Some residents were without power well into Sunday afternoon.
“Mostly broke poles, power lines down, trees. So mainly we're just rebuilding trying to get it back up and restore power,” said Ray Huff, Crisp County Power.
So far, all of the damage that's been reported was just from high winds.
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