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Several Mississippi Counties Reporting Damage from Monday’s Storms

JACKSON, MISS– The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Pearl says 19 counties have confirmed damage from Monday’s destructive storms. 

Here’s what happened in each of those counties:

  • Amite: Homes and agricultural structures damaged, trees down and power outages.
  • Claiborne: Trees down and power outages.
  • Clarke: Numerous trees down.
  • Copiah: Trees and power outages.
  • Covington: Home damaged, trees down.
  • Forrest: Trees down and power outages.
  • Franklin: Mobile home destroyed, another home damaged, trees down and power outages.
  • Hinds: Trees down and power outages.
  • Jasper: Home damaged, trees and power lines down.
  • Jefferson: Trees down and power outages.
  • Jones: Homes damaged by falling limbs, trees and power lines down.
  • Leake: Homes and agricultural buildings damaged, numerous trees down.
  • Lauderdale: Mobile home damaged, trees down and power outages.
  • Lincoln: Mobile home destroyed with minor injuries near Loyd Star. Wesson High School damaged, school was in session but no injuries reported, trees and power lines down.
  • Newton: Trees down and power outages.
  • Simpson: Trees down and power outages.
  • Smith: One home and one business destroyed, One home and business damaged, trees and power lines down near Sylvarena.
  • Walthall: One home and mobile home destroyed other homes and a church damaged. Trees and powerlines down.
  • Winston: Trees and power lines down.

Crews are still working to assess the damage. These numbers may be updated. News Mississippi will adjust these numbers as more changes are reported.

 

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