Storm damage in Augusta area

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From Augusta EMA’s Facebook Page: A tree has toppled on top of former Augusta Mayor Bob Young's house. He and his wife were beside their home at the time. Both were not injured. Like hundreds of other residents, the neighborhood is without power. Crews are making their way to help everyone affected by the storm.

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From Augusta EMA’s Facebook Page: A tree has toppled on top of former Augusta Mayor Bob Young's house. He and his wife were beside their home at the time. Both were not injured. Like hundreds of other residents, the neighborhood is without power. Crews are making their way to help everyone affected by the storm.

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From Augusta EMA’s Facebook Page: A tree has toppled on top of former Augusta Mayor Bob Young's house. He and his wife were beside their home at the time. Both were not injured. Like hundreds of other residents, the neighborhood is without power. Crews are making their way to help everyone affected by the storm.

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Ominous storm clouds approach ANGC parking lot. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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A tree was knocked down by the storm in front of the downtown fire station on Reynolds Street. Jackie Palmer/Staff

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A tree was down at the intersection of James Brown and Greene Street in downtown Augusta. John Gogick/Staff

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Willie Beard sweeps up debris in the motel 6 parking lot near the destroyed GB Shoes sign off wrightsboro Rd. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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Damage outside the Beamie's on James Brown Boulevard in downtown Augusta. Randy Setter/Staff

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All shot from the parking lot near Harbor freight. No injuries. Man in striped shirt and ball cap is Terry Marshall. He owns the green van and the red Cadillac damaged when a wood roof from a nearby little strip mall blew off. He expects them to be totaled. The metal roof came off a self storage facility and flew over the strip mall housing the military recruitment office. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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All shot from the parking lot near Harbor freight. No injuries. Man in striped shirt and ball cap is Terry Marshall. He owns the green van and the red Cadillac damaged when a wood roof from a nearby little strip mall blew off. He expects them to be totaled. The metal roof came off a self storage facility and flew over the strip mall housing the military recruitment office. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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All shot from the parking lot near Harbor freight. No injuries. Man in striped shirt and ball cap is Terry Marshall. He owns the green van and the red Cadillac damaged when a wood roof from a nearby little strip mall blew off. He expects them to be totaled. The metal roof came off a self storage facility and flew over the strip mall housing the military recruitment office. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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All shot from the parking lot near Harbor freight. No injuries. Man in striped shirt and ball cap is Terry Marshall. He owns the green van and the red Cadillac damaged when a wood roof from a nearby little strip mall blew off. He expects them to be totaled. The metal roof came off a self storage facility and flew over the strip mall housing the military recruitment office. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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All shot from the parking lot near Harbor freight. No injuries. Man in striped shirt and ball cap is Terry Marshall. He owns the green van and the red Cadillac damaged when a wood roof from a nearby little strip mall blew off. He expects them to be totaled. The metal roof came off a self storage facility and flew over the strip mall housing the military recruitment office. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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All shot from the parking lot near Harbor freight. No injuries. Man in striped shirt and ball cap is Terry Marshall. He owns the green van and the red Cadillac damaged when a wood roof from a nearby little strip mall blew off. He expects them to be totaled. The metal roof came off a self storage facility and flew over the strip mall housing the military recruitment office. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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All shot from the parking lot near Harbor freight. No injuries. Man in striped shirt and ball cap is Terry Marshall. He owns the green van and the red Cadillac damaged when a wood roof from a nearby little strip mall blew off. He expects them to be totaled. The metal roof came off a self storage facility and flew over the strip mall housing the military recruitment office. MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF

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Neighbors look over the damage of a live oak tree that fell in the 1800 block of McDowell Street. Neighbors say it fell around 4:00 when storms moved through the Augusta area. Monday, April 3, 2017.

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Neighbors look over the damage of a live oak tree that fell in the 1800 block of McDowell Street. Neighbors say it fell around 4:00 when storms moved through the Augusta area. Monday, April 3, 2017.

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Neighbors look over the damage of a live oak tree that fell in the 1800 block of McDowell Street. Neighbors say it fell around 4:00 when storms moved through the Augusta area. Monday, April 3, 2017.

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Neighbors look over the damage of a live oak tree that fell in the 1800 block of McDowell Street. Neighbors say it fell around 4:00 when storms moved through the Augusta area. Monday, April 3, 2017.

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Neighbors look over the damage of a live oak tree that fell in the 1800 block of McDowell Street. Neighbors say it fell around 4:00 when storms moved through the Augusta area. Monday, April 3, 2017.

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A tree fell down in the 1200 block of Broad Street in downtown Augusta on Monday, April 3, 2017. Mike Adams/Special

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A tree fell down across from the Augusta Fire Department on Reynolds Street in downtown Augusta on Monday, April 3, 2017.. Mike Adams/Special

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A tree fell down across from the Augusta Fire Department on Reynolds Street in downtown Augusta on Monday, April 3, 2017.. Mike Adams/Special

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A tree fell down across from the Augusta Fire Department on Reynolds Street in downtown Augusta on Monday, April 3, 2017.. Bob Miller/Special