Tonya Stott, Andy Daugherty and Ryan Clark check out the hole that was left from a tree after the storm in Rockywaters in Alcoa, TN
The tree that left the hole in the photo before this one.
Large tree on Stonybrook. Look closely and you will see two tree's in the rootball.
Trees down on Rockywaters Drive
Tree and path of storm as it twisted the tops of the trees out and ripped the bark off the tree on the ground. Stonybrook Rd, Alcoa
The tree was smooth and as you can see there was no bark to be seen. Stonybrook Rd, Alcoa
Stonybrook Rd, Alcoa
This is the tree that was left from the previous shots where the bark was ripped off. Stonybrook Rd, Alcoa
Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
Huge tree in my neighbors yard, he was lucky that there was no damage. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
If you look you will see the top of the tree hanging upside down in the distance. The roots are shown in the photo before and after this photo. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
Root from huge tree. Ryan Clark is over 6' 3" and is used to show the size of this tree base. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
Lightening struck this tree and the following photo shows where the tree top was moments before. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
Base of the tree and you can see the center is burnt. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
The top from the photos before and it smells burnt. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
Burnt piece of the tree in the previous photos. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
The clean up begins. Rockywaters Dr, Alcoa
City of Alcoa to the rescue.
City of Alcoa was great and came to help right away to clear the roads. Thank you to the City crew.
Rockywaters clean up by the City of Alcoa.