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Gwinnett residents left to clean debris created by early morning storm

LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. – According to Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency Services Public Information Officer Tommy Rutledge, following last night’s severe storms, Gwinnett County experienced numerous incidents, including three house fires and fallen wires and trees blocking roadways.

  • According to Captain Tommy Rutledge, crews responded to:
  • About 30 downed trees and power lines.
  • Two residential structures damaged by fire.
  • 14 homes damaged by fallen trees.
  • And a number of vehicle accidents.

Starting late Monday night, between the hours of 11:30 p.m. and 2:00 a.m., Gwinnett County EMS answered and responded to about 87, storm-related, calls. 

Gwinnett County residents should use caution while traveling on the following roads, due to wires down and trees blocking the roadway:

  • High Point Road in Snellville
  • Bethesda Church Road in Lawrenceville
  • Killian Hill Road in Lilburn
  • Rosebud Road in Grayson
  • Alcovy Road in Dacula
  • Kensington High Street in Lilburn
  • Litchfield Road in Snellville
  • Blue Springs Court in Lilburn
  • Ridgewood Drive in Lilburn
  • Saddle Court in Norcross
  • Rockbridge Road in Norcross
  • Bramlett Shoals Road in Lawrenceville
  • Pleasantdale Road in Doraville
  • Norwood Drive in Lilburn
  • Lenora Church Road in Snellville
  • Johnson Drive in Snellville
  • Gala Trail in Snellville
  • Lucelle Avenue in Stone Mountain
  • Pucketts Drive in Stone Mountain
  • Buford Drive in Lawrenceville
  • Riverside Drive in Lilburn
  • Fairfield Drive in Lilburn
  • Sweet Shrub Circle in Lawrenceville
  • Burns Road in Lilburn
  • Rotondo Place in Norcross
  • Veracruz Drive in Snellville
  • Shunn Way in Lilburn
  • Centennial Trail in Duluth