Atlanta weather photos: Storms slam South Fulton

A possible tornado hit south Fulton County late at night near the Campbellton-Fairburn Road area on March 19, 2018. Atlanta Journal-Constitution photojournalist John Spink has been documenting the damage left after the violent weather system plowed through the Jumpers Trail neighborhood in Fairburn. Here's what he's seen so far.



The storm hit the area around 11 p.m., leaving significant damage in its wake.

A wall was sheared off of this home on Jumpers Trail in Fairburn. The backs of kitchen appliances and cabinetry are visible, along with insulation and wood framing.

Marta Correa removes clothing from a destroyed room.

The storm took the roof off of the Correa family’s Jumpers Trail home.

Ontario Alvarez hugs his mother, Katrina Dawson, outside their home on Jumpers Trail.

Residents awoke to a horrible sight the morning of March 20.

Residents salvaged what they could.

Khadijah Muhammad explains what happened during the March 19 storms.

The storm ripped roofs off houses, knocked homes off their foundations and damaged cars.

City of South Fulton Mayor Bill Edwards takes a look at the damage. More than 174 severe weather reports of large hail, damaging wind and possible tornadoes came in Monday, March 19, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Twisted metal is wrapped around this neighborhood tree.

Pink home insulation drapes a tree in the Jumpers Trail neighborhood as lumber and other home construction shrapnel covers the yards.


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