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Scattered damage in Carroll, Trimble
Thursday, April 21, 2011 11:00 AM
Tuesday night's storms left scattered damage in Trimble and Carroll counties. Rudy Conway said a barn on his property had stood for more than 100 years and had been used by his father and grandfather before him. After the powerful storm ripped across his property on Conway Lane in Carroll County, all that was left was orphan sheets of metal roofing scattered around piles of splintered wood (above). Conway said he had been using the barn to house machinery and had not been able to sort through the rubble yet to find out what could be salvaged. Mike Beard, of U.S. 421 near Milton, said he counted himself fortunate to only have a portion of one tree to deal with on his property. The section of tree fell into an open area of Beard's lawn and he made quick work of it with his chain saw Wednesday afternoon. (Staff photos by Ken Ritchie)
Weather Damage Video - April 20, 2011
Area begins assessment of damage from storm
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