FRANKLIN, Ga. (AP) - National Weather Service forecasters say a tornado touched down in western Georgia Sunday night.
Meteorologists in Peachtree City say the EF1 twister touched down in Heard County near the Alabama border around 7:40 Sunday night and peeled the roof and front porch from a mobile home.
County Fire Chief Scott Blue says the home is still inhabitable, and no injuries or fatalities were reported.
Officials say the storm moved east and had a path of approximately half a mile.
Blue said the storm hit a mainly rural area and caused mostly tree damage.
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