HAHIRA, Ga. (WTXL) — Lowndes County Emergency Management reports that a metal building was blown across a road in Hahira during a storm, according to the National Weather Service.
It happened around 1 p.m. on Thursday as a severe storm passed through the area. According to the NWS report, it happened along Sonny Rodgers Drive at the industrial park.
According to the mayor of Hahira, wind sent the metal building flying across the street. The mayor said the Hahira Fire chief just happened to be in the area when the building, which was attached to a storage unit, went flying.
Thankfully, the building was vacant and no one was hurt or injured.
ABC 27's Jada Williams is on scene and will be providing more coverage in your ABC 27 News tonight.
NEW - @JadaEWilliams is in #Hahira, #Georgia. She just sent back this photo of damage to structure. We'll have team coverage of the damage and ongoing #severeweather threat on @abc27 News at 5:00 today. Watch: https://t.co/huNMJDcBPZ pic.twitter.com/iYKU2a70HU— Channing Frampton (@Channing_TV) April 23, 2020