Lots of volunteers cleaning up after the storm could be working with a chainsaw for the first time ever.
Harper Tree service Owner Lee Harper has been cutting trees for years...
He says for people using chainsaws for the first time, there are a few things to look for to ensure safety.
"Don't overwork yourself, drink plenty of fluids and be careful with that chainsaw," said Harper. "Because it will kick back and it's got a sharp blade. Bones aren't going to stop it."
Harper added the safest route is to hire an expert.
He is working to clear the 106 damaged trees at Albany State University's West campus.
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On Monday, close to 100 people filled the streets of downtown Thomasville for a march in response to what the GBI said was a fatal deputy-involved shooting last week.
The efforts of a South Georgia Public Works employee after back-to-back storms earlier this year has gained state-wide attention.
A group of the most dedicated storm volunteers, who helped remove hundreds of root-balls in unincorporated Dougherty County, were recognized for their efforts.
Many people watched Monday afternoon as the moon passed over the sun, in awe at what they saw.
Hundreds of students stood outside on the campus of Valdosta State University to catch a glimpse of the solar eclipse on Monday.