Strong winds from Delta cause damage across Miss.

Storm damage in Natchez
Storm damage in Natchez(WLBT)
Updated: Oct. 10, 2020 at 9:00 AM CDT
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NATCHEZ, Miss. (WLBT) - Strong winds from Hurricane Delta caused damage across Mississippi overnight Friday night and Saturday morning.

One tree came crashing down on top of a WLBT news vehicle in Natchez. Luckily, no one was harmed.

Firetrucks and rescue crews rushed to the scene in Natchez after a tree fell on an apartment building.

It happened at the Cedarhurst Apartment Complex Friday evening as a small squall came through the area due to Hurricane Delta.

Franklin County also saw some snapped trees. There was a report of a tornado sighting in the county, but that has not been confirmed.

There is also a report from MEMA of trees falling on homes in Wilkinson County, Jefferson County and Adams County.

WLBT’s Courtney Ann Jackson found a tree down in the Manhattan Road area of Jackson just after 2 a.m.

She then reported a tree fell on a power line on Raymond Road near Forest Hill Road around 4:15 a.m.

Traffic lights were also down on Maddox and Raymond Roads in Jackson.

In Natchez, a home was damaged by a tree but the family made it out safely.

A restaurant’s roof was also ripped off in Natchez.

In Copiah County, a tree fell across Highway 28.

And over in Vicksburg, a tree came down across Enchanted Drive.

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