LAURENS COUNTY, Ga. — After strong to severe storms rolled through Central Georgia over the weekend, some counties saw some fiery damage due to lightning strikes.

Dublin City Schools Spokesman Jason Halcombe sent in a video of trees smoldering after a lightning strike Sunday afternoon in north Laurens County in the Holly Hills subdivision.

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Emergency Management Agency Director and Fire Chief for Laurens County Don Bryant says trees fell on power lines in three to four places across the county, including on Scotland Road.

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Viewer T.G. Simmons captured this picture on Scotland Road in Laurens County where downed power lines and trees caused a fire Sunday afternoon.
T.G. Simmons

Bryant also says lightning struck trees on Payne Road near US-Highway 441 and on Huntington Drive. He says there are no injuries or structure fires in the county at the moment to his knowledge.

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