Sunday Morning Storm Causes Damage [SLIDESHOW]

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Another fallen tree blocks the road at Bull Headley Rd and Bannerman Rd. Power outages still remain in surrounding area. LCSO is conducting traffic and blocking the street.


There is a fallen tree located at N Meridian Rd and John Hancock Drive after the early morning storm. The tree has destructed power lines and the road is closed.

LCSO is on scene conducting traffic and blocking the road. The city called a tree crew to cut down the tree, branch by branch, so it does not bring the power lines with it. We will update you as soon as more information is available.

During this morning's severe storm, power outages were reported in Leon and Gadsden counties.

The City of Tallahassee reported 1853 customers near Thomasville Road, and more than 1500 customers around Live Oak Plantation and North Florida Christian were all left without power. Most of the power has been restored with about 240 customers still without power. They expect all power to be restored by 1pm.

Talquin Electrics also reported approximately 2,000 customers had lost power in the storm. Many of the outages are due to fallen trees and limbs. It is unknown at this time when power is expected to be restored, however crews are currently in the field.

The Leon County Sheriff's Office temporarily experienced disabled phone lines. They are now up and running.

If you have any pictures of storm damage please email them to with your location.

Fallen tree at North Meridian Road and John Hancock Drive
Fallen tree at North Meridian Road and John Hancock Drive
Fallen tree at Bull Headley Road and Bannerman Road
Split tree on Highway 20 near the Old Fort Braden School. Photo courtesy Norma Parrish.

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