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Topic - Mickey Swims
The slow-moving remnants of Tropical Storm Lee dumped rain across the South and whipped up twisters that damaged dozens of Georgia homes as the system pushed farther inland on Monday. One death was reported, and at least one person was injured.
"I heard it and saw the trees go around and around," Mr. Swims said. "I knew when I heard it that if it touched down, it was going to be bad."
"I heard it and saw the trees go around and around," he said. "I knew when I heard it that if it touched down, it was going to be bad."