Storm damage


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise Just days after storms caused damage across the county, another bout with severe weather downed trees near the Sunny Acres First Church of God. Church member Cecil Philpot said he received a call from a resident of the parsonage at approximately 9 p.m. advising winds had blown several trees down. “The trees are right on a cemetery,” Philpot said. “Some stones have been knocked over…but no graves are unearthed.” Philpot mentioned the trees have blocked a small stream, leaving a danger of flooding. “A few years back, it stopped up and flooded Rax,” Philpot said. “We don’t want that to happen.”


Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise

Just days after storms caused damage across the county, another bout with severe weather downed trees near the Sunny Acres First Church of God. Church member Cecil Philpot said he received a call from a resident of the parsonage at approximately 9 p.m. advising winds had blown several trees down. “The trees are right on a cemetery,” Philpot said. “Some stones have been knocked over…but no graves are unearthed.” Philpot mentioned the trees have blocked a small stream, leaving a danger of flooding. “A few years back, it stopped up and flooded Rax,” Philpot said. “We don’t want that to happen.”

Joe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise Just days after storms caused damage across the county, another bout with severe weather downed trees near the Sunny Acres First Church of God. Church member Cecil Philpot said he received a call from a resident of the parsonage at approximately 9 p.m. advising winds had blown several trees down. “The trees are right on a cemetery,” Philpot said. “Some stones have been knocked over…but no graves are unearthed.” Philpot mentioned the trees have blocked a small stream, leaving a danger of flooding. “A few years back, it stopped up and flooded Rax,” Philpot said. “We don’t want that to happen.”
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_StormDamageNearchurch-022.jpgJoe P. Asher|Daily Enterprise Just days after storms caused damage across the county, another bout with severe weather downed trees near the Sunny Acres First Church of God. Church member Cecil Philpot said he received a call from a resident of the parsonage at approximately 9 p.m. advising winds had blown several trees down. “The trees are right on a cemetery,” Philpot said. “Some stones have been knocked over…but no graves are unearthed.” Philpot mentioned the trees have blocked a small stream, leaving a danger of flooding. “A few years back, it stopped up and flooded Rax,” Philpot said. “We don’t want that to happen.”
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