Tornado of '54 took lives, brought its share of misery
“You had to drive out Emery Highway and go through Cross Keys to get there. The Shurling Drive bridge over Walnut Creek hadn't been built yet.”
Former Telegraph photographer Everett Drinnon shows a camera like the one he used after a tornado hit Macon in March 1954. via The Macon Telegraph
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#1 May 18, 2008
I remember my dad carrying my sister Sherry and me downstairs and covering us with a mattress during the Macon tornado of 1954. The next day, we surveyed the damage around North Avenue where we lived. I was much too young then to understand the full impact of the damage and the miracle that we had survived.
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