|Rural farmhouse near I-95 with trees down,|
roof impacted, but otherwise OK
|Three new power poles in place after storm winds blew|
Local farmers report many cow pasture fences down, and they are either moving cows into secure pastures, or cutting up large pine trees today in order to effect repairs. With between 1.5 and 2-5-inches of rain recorded in the area, farmers are also reporting that some equipment is stranded in the fields for now. After all, planting season is still underway!
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|Small grove of snapped pine trees on Cane Branch Road|
|Large pines and debris in field|