Storm damage in Burke County following pop up storms across CSRA

CSRA News

BURKE COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) – Burke County Emergency Management confirms that Burke County was hit with a downpour of hail, as well as scattered tree fall across the county. Most damage occurred along HWY 56 South, a few miles outside of Waynesboro.

Chappell Road, which splits from HWY 56 South, has several trees down blocking through traffic toward Midville.

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Further down HWY 56 South between Story mill Road and Steiner Place Road, a tree is believed to have fallen across the top of an 18-wheeler, which has shut down traffic in that area near Di-Lane Wildlife Management Area.

Finally, a tree that fell across a powerline on Thompson Bridge Road briefly caused a small fire.

Right now, Georgia Power is reporting between 1 and 50 homes without power.

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