Take a look at Pike County tornado damage from the air.
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Just really curious as to why there has NOT been very much coverage of County Road 2214 and the Goshen area where the Tornado done a lot of damage and the only 2 injuries occurred?? I see no pictures of the path it took from Goshen to where it hit at Brantley Trailer Mobile Home Park?
I know there’s been a lot of movement of different items popping up online, so here is this Goshen coverage if you missed it.
This video was posted the night/morning of the tornado. It includes an interview I did with a Goshen survivor and video from the site of the 2 injuries just hours after the tornado hit.
There are a few photos from the Coggins’ home posted the night/morning of the tornado.
Here is a story including interviews from the Goshen area and more information posted on Wednesday.This also includes information about the Tennille community tornado.
Here are more photos, including some from the Brundidge home and Coggins home, both in Goshen. There are also some of fields where the tornado is believed to have started in Goshen. This was posted on Wednesday.
Here is information on how to help the Coggins family, and others, posted yesterday.
And now, there is also a video posted above of Ryan’s helicopter tour over the damaged areas, along with a story posted today. You can find that at the link below.
I hope that is helpful to have it all in one place. I know when things move around it’s hard to manage to see it all before it gets bumped. Let us know if you need anything else.
I am heading out the door shortly for the Governor’s visit to the area, too, so there should be something about the area in that story, as well.
Thank you very much for putting it all there together… somehow I did miss a lot of it. I know you guys do you’re very best to cover everything you can and it has to be difficult. I appreciate your time in posting this for me. Thanks again and God Bless, Be Safe.
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No worries! In the hours/days after the tornadoes struck Pike County, things moved so quickly on and off of that top section of our site that it could have been easy to miss. Happy to help, and very happy everyone in Pike County lived!
Thanks for checking things out pikecountian. We are currently uploading a video from the helicopter trip, in where we fly the entire length of storm. The 15.7 mile trip will be up later today.