Winds Rip Roof Off Georgia Fire Station During Tornado Warning

A possible tornado ripped the roof off a fire station in Carrollton, Georgia, on Monday, April 3. The National Weather Service has not confirmed any tornadoes, but warnings had been issued.

Widespread damage was reported in Carroll County, where the tornado warnings were issued, and thousands were without power, according to a report.

Fire officials said the back wall of the fire station was damaged due to high winds, according to a report, and no equipment or engines were damaged. Credit: Kellyn Quillian‏ via Storyful

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