Numerous trees and limbs are down after a thunderstorm dumped hail in south Crawford County early this morning.
The damage was confined to the Houze Road area, said Crawford County Sheriff Kerry Dunaway.
Kay Grant said the hail and high winds woke her up at about 1:45 a.m. then the top of a pine tree slammed onto the roof of her home along Houze Road.
"When everything started falling on us we got up and saw that it had come through the ceiling of the bedroom and the water is all over the bed," Grant said. "We've got limbs in the bedroom."
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Just up the street, William Sullivan Jr. said his mobile home started rocking and a large pecan tree split in his yard near Collins Road.
"I was scared, I know that," Sullivan said.
Pine straw and small debris litters Houze Road, but the trees and large limbs have been moved to the side of the road.
Elsewhere, 1.07 inches of rain fell at the Macon airport beginning at about 1 a.m., according to a storm report from the National Weather Service.
About 20 to 30 trees are down in the area, the report stated.
Quarter-inch hail was also reported in Butler in Taylor County, while half-inch hail pounded Peach County at about 2 a.m.
In northeastern sections of the midstate Monday afternoon, hail about an inch in diameter was reported in Washington and Johnson counties at about 3:15 p.m. and three trees were blown down on Ga. 15 in Hancock County at about 6:45 p.m. Monday.