SLIDESHOW: Aftermath of Michael causes debris and power outages

Updated: Oct. 11, 2018 at 10:03 AM EDT
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(WTVM) - Thousands of Chattahoochee Valley residents are still without power days after Hurricane Michael made its way through the area.

Tropical Storm Michael has left behind concerns for dangerous roads after the storm ripped through and impacted counties across Georgia and Alabama.

You can expect several trees and power lines to be down in the Chattahoochee Valley.

Troup County Sheriff’s office along with other work crews cleaned some of the debris off the roads overnight to ensure safe travels for drivers the next morning.

Due to the hard work of our deputies and other work crews overnight, all of our roads are in good shape this morning. Be...

Posted by Troup County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, October 11, 2018

Residents in Americus, GA are facing power outages, lots of fallen trees, and broken traffic lights as well.

Americus Police say, “Remember that if traffic control is out at an intersection you must treat it as a four-way stop.”

Good Morning Americus! We survived the storm of the century. As far as we know there were no serious injuries locally....

Posted by Americus Georgia Police Department on Thursday, October 11, 2018

Randolph County is also experiencing power outages. “There is mass destruction throughout our cities and county, it is not advised you leave your home and get on the road later,” the city said.

They recommend that drivers continue to drive with caution as some debris that may still cover the slippery roads from the rain.

To view power outages in your area you can check out Flint Energies, Georgia Power, Diverse Power, or Alabama Power.

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