Chester County experienced some damage from early morning storms.
There were several houses and barns damaged or destroyed in the rural areas.
Johny Farris, The Chester County Emergency Management Agency director, said that most of the damage occurred on or around four streets: Needmore street, Glendale street, Jones road, and Holly Spring street.
Johny Farris said that 4 people were injured last night from these storms.
The storms rolled in between 1:30AM and 3:00AM when the squall line came in.
Phillip Mullins, VP of Operations from Southwest Tennessee Electric, reported that there were power outages mainly in the Jacks Creek area.
These outages started at Glendale Road and went up towards Pine Lake.
This morning, 3,000 customers were without power. As of 11:54AM, a little over 1,200 still had no power.
He said that the biggest problem they're facing is being able to see the damage. Trees have fallen and blocked roads and they can't get through.
Wayne Scott, VP of Student Services and some Freed Hardeman students were on hand to help with the clean up efforts.
They're working to clear the roadways from debris.
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