GA gov. to visit areas damaged by storms
ADEL, Ga. - Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal plans today to visit two communities affected by weekend storms that left 15 people dead in the state, injured another 43 and caused at least $100 million damage.
The National Weather Service says a tornado that struck Albany, Georgia had winds of at least 111 to 135 mph.
The storms also hit Florida and Mississippi, killing an additional 5 people.
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