Officials assess damage after deadly tornado, storm

Another wave of severe storms, potential tornadoes forecast for Coastal Georgia, LowcountrySchools, offices in Coastal Georgia, Lowcountry announce closings, cancellations due to weatherHelping those in need: Donation drives underway to help Georgia, South Carolina storm victimsPower outages remain following storm system in Georgia, South CarolinaUpdate 2:26 p.m.: Georgia Gov. Kemp has issued a state of emergency after assessing storm damage in Bryan County.Update 12:52 pm: Gov. Kemp and other officials held a press conference a short time ago after surveying the damage in Pembroke.Below video: Kemp warns those who would take advantage of storm victims, communityBelow: Kemp comments on deadly stormUpdate 11:44 am: A State of Emergency remains in Bryan County.Officials in South Carolina have assessed 23 residential structures in Allendale, finding 6 minor damages, 5 major damages and 4 homes destroyed.Three people were reported suffering non life-threatening injuries.South Carolina Congresswoman Nancy Mace received an update this morning with the South Carolina Firefighters Association regarding the tornado damage. Initial report:The full extent of the damage is not yet known several hours after devastating tornadoes blew across Georgia and South Carolina.Tornadoes were confirmed in both Pembroke, Ga. and Allendale, South Carolina Tuesday night. Officials in Pembroke say a woman died as a result of the storm. Elsewhere in the area, several injuries were reported. Send us your storm photos and videosDownload the WJCL Weather App to get localized weather alertsYour local weather forecastGeorgia Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to be in Pembroke Wednesday morning to survey the damage.Below: Deadly Pembroke tornado caught on videoMore storms are forecast in the area Wednesday between 3 and 11 pm Just like Tuesday, the potential impacts will be heavy rain, strong gusty winds , large hail and isolated tornadoes.Stay with WJCL throughout the day for more updates as they become availableBelow video: Another round of severe weather expected Wednesday

Update 2:26 pm: Georgia Gov. Kemp has issued a state of emergency after assessing storm damage in Bryan County.

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Update 12:52 p.m.: Govt. Kemp and other officials held a press conference a short time ago after surveying the damage in Pembroke.

Below video: Kemp warns those who would take advantage of storm victims, community

Below: Kemp comments on deadly storm

Update 11:44 a.m.: A State of Emergency remains in Bryan County.

Officials in South Carolina have assessed 23 residential structures in Allendale, finding 6 minor damages, 5 major damages and 4 homes destroyed.

Three people were reported suffering non-life-threatening injuries.

South Carolina Congresswoman Nancy Mace received an update this morning with the South Carolina Firefighters Association regarding the tornado damage.

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Initial postponement:

The full extent of the damage is not yet known several hours after devastating tornadoes blew across Georgia and South Carolina.

Tornadoes were confirmed in both Pembroke, Ga. and Allendale, South Carolina Tuesday night. Officials in Pembroke say a woman died as a result of the storm. Elsewhere in the area, several injuries were reported.

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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to be in Pembroke Wednesday morning to survey the damage.

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Below: Deadly Pembroke tornado caught on video

More storms are forecast in the area Wednesday between 3 and 11 pm Just like Tuesday, the potential impacts will be heavy rain, strong gusty winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes.

Stay with WJCL throughout the day for more updates as they become available

Below video: Another round of severe weather expected Wednesday

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