Clean Up Still Under Way In Fayette County

Another weather change is what Southern West Virginia woke up to on Sunday morning. While some residents are enjoying the sun and warmth, others in Fayette County are still being affected by the severe storms that hit them on Wednesday.

Power crews and firefighters have stayed busy clearing debris and bringing back electricity to over 12,000 homes, but even though power has been fully restored, not everything is back to normal. There are still many homes that have uprooted trees that are still laying on the front lawn, but companies like Earth Movers Plus, are here to help. They are giving estimates of everything from roofing to tree and debris removal.

Tanya Bryant, from Earth Movers Plus, told us, “Today, of course, is the warmer weather, so we would like any homeowners to get out and asses any damages from the storms to their homes and if you need any further assistance you can give us a call.”

Earth Movers Plus can assist the community in just about anything that the storms may have damaged, and are urging residents to ask for help.

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