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|MACON IS WARNED OF FLOODS AS STORM SWEEPS GEORGIA; TORNADO LASHES AUGUSTA|
|OCMULGEE RIVER RISING RAPIDLY; CROPS DAMAGED Two States Report High Winds and Hard Rains; Six Persons Injured in South Carolina. HOUSES WRECKED BY SEVERE GALE Macon Reports 8.5 Inch Precipitation; Florida Also Reports Sections Are Under Water. TROPICAL STORM HEADS BACK TOWARD OCEAN|
|The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.|
|Date:||Aug 11, 1928|
|Abstract (Document Summary)|
Six persons were injured, one seriously, early last night as the tropical storm that for two days lashed central Florida swept into South Carolina, after holding south Georgia in its grip throughout the day.
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