ATLANTA (WTXL) — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp Wednesday declared a state of emergency by signing executive order for the state following storms that impacted the state Tuesday.
Several counties across Georgia, including in the southwestern portion of the state, were believed to have been impacted by tornadoes.
The Associated Press reported Tuesday that one person died and another person was injured in Bryan County due to the line of storms that swept across state.
The state of emergency is set to expire at 11:59 p.m. on April 15.