TRI-CITIES, TN (WJHL)- This week, powerful winds have ripped through several counties in the Tri-Cities region. Monday night, 60 miles per hour winds temporarily closed dozens of roads in Greene County.
Then early Wednesday morning, the wind hit a Chuckey neighborhood on Old Snapps Ferry Road.
One neighbor, Mary Cutshaw, said her roof is halfway off and the rain has been pouring in to her home since early this morning.
“It sounded just like a train was coming up to the driveway and when it hit the side of the trailer I just heard it peel off I knew what it was and so it would just was raining really hard and all the rain started coming in the house and ruining everything,” Cutshaw said.
According to the National Weather Service, other areas hit by the wind Wednesday morning include Johnson County where the wind blew down several trees and knocked a building over. Trees were also down in Hawkins county, Sullivan County, and Washington County, Virginia, according to the NWS.
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