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Properties damaged by fallen trees, winds throughout Hall
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A tree rests on the roof of a house at 109 Hickory St. Monday afternoon as Irma storms through the area. - photo by Scott Rogers

Trees crushed cars and fell on some homes throughout Hall County as others pulled down power poles and blocked roadways.

Hall County officials are assessing damage and ask residents to report non-emergencies by calling 770-718-3300. Those with structural damage are asked to report it to the FEMA website.

Three trees – two white oak and one poplar – came down on the home where paramedic Lee Moon has lived with his family since 2003. He got help from family and friends using chain saws Tuesday morning to cut up the trees. Read more.


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Tim Moon cuts away limbs from a home on Toombs Street in Lula Tuesday morning. His brother Lee Moon owns the home which was struck by three trees during Monday night's storm. - photo by Scott Rogers

Chicopee Village alone saw at least seven of its large water oak trees fall, and three of them fell on buildings, according to village resident Allison Bailey. A sizable tree fell on the Chicopee Baptist Church office and another two fell on homes in the village.

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Several large trees fell during Monday's storm along J Avenue in Chicopee damaging homes and pulling up sidewalks in the historic mill village. - photo by Scott Rogers

A tree destroyed a carport and car on Sunset Boulevard, Carol Werner told The Times.

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Storm damage to Carol and Michael Putnam's carport. - photo by For The Times
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