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Wilcox County Damage

| 8:47 pm March 2, 2007 | Comments (5)

As you can see from the post below, the Millers Ferry tornado was rated an EF3, just as strong as the Enterprise tornado. Thanks to C.B. Clements for these images… he writes:

“Here a some of the pictures from Millers Ferry. I have a friend that works on the ambulance in Wilcox county, and he took these. Notice the picture with the red pickup. This is where the fatality occurred. The path of the tornado was from Shell creek across to sand island.”


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  1. Doc says:

    Thanks Mr. Clements for sharing the photos. The force of nature is totally awesome !

  2. Victor says:


  3. […] Be sure and also see the images of the damage in Wilcox County on our blog here. […]

  4. Shawn Gentle says:

    I have often looked at this area from the Highway 28 bridge thinking what a peaceful spot that must be for a lake/river place. What a tragedy for the residents of Wilcox county.

  5. Doc says:

    I agree Shawn. I think it is one of the most beautiful places in Alabama, I hate to see the destruction there.

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