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3-22-2005 Tornado Reports - Tornado damage reported
1 FATAL AND ADDITIONAL INJURIES REPORTED.
ONE TORNADO FATALITY CONFIRMED-  AS OF 6 PM EST.
Donalsonville Georgia

Tornado Damage Reports - One tornado fatality

Tornado Reports
Time   Location County State Lat Lon Comments
1745   BLACK GENEVA AL 3101 8574 TORNADO SPOTTED ON GROUND AND BEING TRACKED BY FIRE TRUCK (TAE)
1830   2 S GORDON HOUSTON AL 3112 8509 STRUCTURES DAMAGED WITH PEOPLE TRAPPED INSIDE ON COUNTY ROAD 81 JUST BEFORE THE CITY OF GORDON. (TAE)
1850   ENTERPRISE MILLER GA 3112 8483 *** 5 INJ *** TRAILERS AND BRICK HOUSES DESTROYED IN ENTERPRISE AND ACROSS REST OF COUNTY. AT LEAST 5 INJURIES REPORTED AND SOME CRITICAL. NUMEROUS POWER LINES AND TREE (TAE)
1850   COLQUITT MILLER GA 3117 8473 TORNADO REPORTED ON THE GROUND. COMMUNICATIONS TO EOC KNOCKED OUT. (TAE)
2000   DONALSONVILLE SEMINOLE GA 3104 8488 *** 1 FATAL *** TORNADO CONFIRMED ON THE GROUND. ADDITIONAL INJURIES REPORTED. ONE FATALITY CONFIRMED BY GEMA AS OF 6 PM EST. (TAE)
2015   2 N PELHAM MITCHELL GA 3116 8415 POSSIBLE TORNADO. MULTIPLE MOBILE HOMES FLATTENED. (TAE)
2025   DOERUN COLQUITT GA 3132 8392 POSSIBLE TORNADO ON SR 133. NUMEROUS TREES...POWERLINES DOWN AND SHEET METAL TORN OFF ROOFS. (TAE)
2130   SCREVEN WAYNE GA 3148 8202 POSSIBLE TORNADO WITH 3 BUSINESSES DESTROYED AS WELL AS CAMPERS SEVERELY DAMAGED. (JAX)
2240   MARKED TREE POINSETT AR 3553 9042 TORNADO ON THE GROUNG (MEG)
2318   OLIVE BRANCH DESOTO MS 3495 8983 HACKS CROSS RD AND HIGHWAY 302 (MEG)
2324   OLIVE BRANCH DESOTO MS 3495 8983 ROOF TORN OFF NISSAN PLANT (MEG)
2344   2 S OSCEOLA MISSISSIPPI AR 3567 8999 TORNADO ON GROUND WITH POWER LINES SPARKING (MEG)
Remember, if severe weather approaches the safest place to be is under the ground, or as low to the ground as possible, and away from all windows. If you have a basement, make it your safe place. If you do not have a basement, consider an interior hallway or room on the lowest floor. Putting as many walls as you can between you and the outside will provide additional protection. If you have helmets for skateboarding, skiing, motorcycles, any helmet you have put in on your head and keep in on while in the shelter. Head injuries can be the most severe. If you do not have any helmets, cover your head with your hands, a large pillow, seat cushions, even a large thick book, just find a way to protect your head and keep it covered.
Here are two tornadoes of the past to remember from NOAA archives.
Credit: NOAA Photo Library, NOAA Central Library Credit:National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Department of Commerce
Credit: NOAA Photo Library, NOAA Central Library Credit: NOAA Photo Library, NOAA Central Library
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