Updated storm damage reports from MEMA

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PEARL, Miss. — The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, MEMA,  has received updated damage reports from severe storms Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.

MEMA is reporting that 20 homes have been damaged in several counties. No injuries have been reported at this time.

As of 1:30 PM Entergy Mississippi is reporting that 1,087 customers are without power, with the largest county being affected is in Hinds County with 519 customers.

Counties reporting Damage:

-Calhoun: Widespread power outages.
-Coahoma: Church and a home damaged, radio tower damaged.
-Grenada: Six homes minor damage.
-Itawamba: Houseboats damaged from roof collapse.
-Lee: Home damaged.
– Leflore: Power outages.
-Monroe: Home damaged, trucks overturned off Hwy 25, power outages.
-Neshoba: Roof damage, multiple power outages, grass fires caused by downed lines.
-Oktibbeha: Homes with roof damage.
-Rankin: Power outages, trees down.
-Scott: One home destroyed, 12 with minor damage, debris on roads.
-Tallahatchie: Home damaged.
-Warren: Powerlines down along Hwy. 3.
– Winston: One home major damage, one minor, one farm building destroyed.
– Yazoo: Home damaged.

Damage assessments continue by county emergency managers. The State Emergency Operations Center is staffed and monitoring  requests for resources from counties.