Inclement weather that blew in from Tropical Storm Zeta along the gulf coast made quite the impression on Fannin County and surrounding areas as it resulted in heavy storm damage Thursday, October 29. Residents worked to get the road cleared along Old Epworth Road in Epworth.
Tri State EMC, along with others, worked to restore power and unblock roads after inclement weather Thursday, October 29. Here, a large tree is shown blocking the road way, causing travelers to either wait or take a detour on Highway 2 in Epworth.
Crews were working all across the county to restore power and internet Thursday morning, October 29, following Tropical Storm Zeta. An ETC crew is shown working on Cook Street in Blue Ridge.
Fannin County residents saw downed trees and limbs, similar to the one seen here at a house on McKinney Street in downtown Blue Ridge, in various locations around the county following high winds due to Tropical Storm Zeta Thursday, October 29.
Tropical Storm Zeta brought heavy damage to Fannin County and surrounding areas, making travel difficult. This is a scene taken on Goss Road in Epworth Thursday, October 29.
Fannin County residents woke up to downed trees, flooding and a lack of power Thursday, October 29, as a result of Tropical Storm Zeta, which hit the coast of Louisiana as a Category 2 Hurricane…
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