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Photos of Damage Caused by Katrina's Tornadoes
September 13, 2005
Images below are examples of damage caused by F0, F1 and F2 tornadoes associated with Hurricane Katrina that struck several counties in northern and central Georgia. These occurred when bands of thunderstorms spiraled into the area Monday August 29, 2005. Most of these photos were taken during a field survey conducted by National Weather Service representatives Lans Rothfusz, Chip West, Eric Avila, Steve Nelson and Matt Sena. Photos from Paulding County were provided by the Director of the Paulding County Department of Public Safety, Wayne Smith.

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Oconee, Fannin, Lumpkin, Paulding, and Taylor counties ( click images to enlarge )
[ trees uprooted in Oconee County ]
South of Highway 53 west of Watkinsville (Oconee County) trees uprooted
[ roof of home damaged Oconee County ]
South of Highway 53 west of Watkinsville (Oconee County) roof of home damaged.
[ trees uprooted in Oconee County ]
South of Highway 53 west of Watkinsville (Oconee County) trees uprooted
[ Damage to church in Fannin County ]
Northeast of Morganton (Fannin County) - significant roof damage to church.
[ cleanup of trees downed along a road (Fannin County) ]
Cleanup of trees downed along a road in Fannin County
[ hundreds of trees broken off or uprooted in Fannin County ]
Hundreds of trees broken off or uprooted in Fannin County
[ trees down in Lumpkin County ]
Trees down in Lumpkin County.
[ Trees down in Lumpkin County ]
Trees down in Lumpkin County
[ Trees down in Lumpkin County ]
Trees down in Lumpkin County
[ tree damage near Nebo Road in southern Paulding County ]
Tree damage near Nebo Road in southern Paulding County.
[ Tree damage in Oak Leaf Township (Paulding County) ]
Tree damage in Oak Leaf Township (Paulding County)
[ Tree down on structure (Paulding County) ]
Tree down on structure (Paulding County)
[ Large tree crashed into house in Taylor County ]
Large tree uprooted and crashed down onto house in Taylor County.
[ Structural damage in Taylor County ]
Structural damage in Taylor County
[ Structural damage in Taylor County ]
Structural damage in Taylor County

 

 

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