Storm Damage Reports [SLIDESHOW]

By: Eyewitness News Email
By: Eyewitness News Email

Walton - March 03, 2012

Panther Creek at County Road 280 and Bruce Creek at Red Hill Road are both in minor flood stage.
A report of the most recent storm happenings in our area


Lakeland-- March 03, 2012--

Extensive roof damage to the hospital. Buildings have damage. No power and gas leak.

Lee--March 03, 2012 -- 2:45 p.m.

Tree on house in Lee.


Madison March 03, 2012 -- 2:45 p.m.

Several trees and powerlines down near Madison.


Thomasville, GA--March 03, 2012-- 2:45 p.m.

5 inches of rain since 9:00 a.m.

Lowndes County--March 03, 2012-- 2:25 p.m.--

6 to 8 inches of water on Hwy 122


Lowndes County--March 03, 2012--1:11 p.m.--

Two mobile homes flipped. Power lines and trees down from Tornado Damage.


Lanier County--March 03, 2012--1:00 p.m.--

Reports of homes off of their foundations from tornado damage.


Jackson County--March 03, 2012--12:15 p.m.--

3 roads closed around the county and numerous accidents on I-10 due to flooding.


Walton County--March 03,02--11:50 a.m.--

6 inches of standing water along hwy 20 just east of Freeport.


Gadsden County--March 03, 2012--9:25 a.m.

20-25 trees down but no structural damage.


Decatur County--March 03,2012-- 8:36 a.m.--

1 mile south west of Vada-Metal frame home destroyed, camper, and multiple sheds destroyed. Vehicle and Irrogation pivots overturned.


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  • by Caren Location: Tallahassee on Mar 5, 2012 at 06:14 AM
    Ride a category five (5) hurricane, then you'll have something to talk about...... I did.
  • by Anonymous Location: Lowndes and Lanier on Mar 4, 2012 at 10:11 AM
    Rode through the place where the tornado ripped through. Looks like it followed 122 from about Walker's Crossing to middle of town in Lakeland. Several homes were destroyed. Hundreds of trees were down. It's pretty easy to see the path that the tornado took. Also, I can't help but think Karma is coming for 1 percent for that comment.
  • by Mrs. Colbert on Mar 4, 2012 at 08:55 AM
    Yeah 1 percent.... Thats the way to lift someone spirits!!! Now as it looks to me no one cares about the city people!! My prayers not only go out to the ones affected by this storm but this poor person who has no self morals other than to put someone down in this tragic time and moment!
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      by Jane on Mar 5, 2012 at 10:29 AM in reply to Mrs. Colbert
      Oh well.....
    • reply
      by Anonymous on Mar 5, 2012 at 11:43 AM in reply to Mrs. Colbert
      I think 1 percent was trying to be satirical, not literal.
  • by 1 percent on Mar 4, 2012 at 07:52 AM
    So no damage reported in the Tallahassee area? Who cares about rednecks and mobile homes out in the sticks. This is just Darwinism trying to trim the excess.
  • by Allan Benton Location: Perry,Fl. on Mar 3, 2012 at 08:29 PM
    Hey, there was a lot of hail in Perry when the storm hit us and the wind is not has high as it should have been with this rain
  • by Sheralee DeNuzzia Location: Valdosta on Mar 3, 2012 at 07:52 PM
    Extensive damage located at Walkers Crossing area. Power lines are entangled with downed trees. House damage and mobile home damage. This is all just north of Moody AFB on Bemiss Rd.
  • by Lanier county on Mar 3, 2012 at 04:37 PM
    I traveled through Lakeland/Lanier County today and it was gut wrenching to see the homes and mobile homes damaged or destroyed by the tornado. I must give thanks to the first responders for their hard work and service to the community. The utility crews and road departments were working diligently. The NWS and media outlets really do save lives by sounding the alarms.
  • by Caroline Mathews Location: Bradfordville on Mar 3, 2012 at 03:17 PM
    Thank Nate for us. Nice job today!
  • by gene Location: thomasville on Mar 3, 2012 at 12:53 PM
    Olive Creek flowing out of Lake Cherokee flooded well over banks. Glenn Arvin golf course under 1-2 feet of water as is our yard adjoining the creek. Water as deep and turbulent as during last big hurricane floods in 2008...3:30 and water still rising. Bucket outside has close to 12" of rainwater!
  • by thomas county on Mar 3, 2012 at 12:15 PM
    mcdonald road from US 319 north across to hall road is completely washed out. wash outs range from 14 inches deep to 39 inches deep and from 19 inches wide up to 5 feet wide. this road has been closed to all traffic. residents living on part of this road are stranded until road can be repaired.
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