South Georgians Share Stories Of Fear As Michael Moved Through State

Oct 11, 2018

South Georgia residents are recounting the fear of having to ride out Hurricane Michael as the powerful storm made its way across the state.

Nicole Kirksey in Plains, Thor Ott in McRae, and Kippy Tift and her son, Ray Moody, in Valdosta, shared their experiences, including having to take refuge in a shelter built during the Cold War.

We also spoke with them about preparing for future hurricanes, which may be the new normal for Georgia.

Trees damaged homes in Macon as Hurricane Michael blew through.