[Posted on Oct 17, 2018 | 921 views]
This large tree uprooted at a home on Severn Wharf Road at Hayes. Shown standing in front of the massive tree are Aura Griggs, Talon Griggs, Kyler Schomburg and Landon Schomburg, from left, Kyler said they were home at the time of the storm and described hearing the sound of a “freight train” coming through about the time the tree was uprooted. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
This home on Cuba Road sustained heavy damage with numerous uprooted trees in the yard from an EF0 tornado last Thursday that was spawned by Tropical Storm Michael. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Herman Gregory of Hayes, left, along with friend Samuel Foster check out the tree that was uprooted in Gregory’s Guinea Road yard from Tropical Storm Michael’s winds last Thursday night. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Everyone was asleep around 1 a.m. Friday at the home of Tracie and William West near Harcum when a splintering sound above them brought the unwelcome news that a large pine had crashed into the roof. This was one of several local homes damaged by the passage of Tropical Storm Michael. Photo by Tracie West
A tree blocks the road on Route 642 between Moon and Mathews Court House on Friday morning, forcing residents of Moon and Diggs to travel around to Salem Church Road to get out of their neighborhood. While the tree was cleared from the road by Friday afternoon, the downed power line caused by the tree falling took longer to fix; power wasn’t restored to that neighborhood until late Sunday afternoon, while others didn’t get power back until Monday. Photo by Charlie Koenig

{image_1} No major injuries reported

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