Meanwhile, utility crews have restored power to those who have completed repairs.
The southern portion of Bradley County received the brunt of the big blow which was determined to be caused by straight-line winds, according to EMA director Troy Spence.
As previously reported, sections of the Coca-Cola bottling plant were damaged during the storm.
An aluminum walkway and roof were also damaged at the plant located on APD 40.
Unconfirmed reports were received of damage at Peyton’s Southeastern, according to Spence.
“We have had reports of some roof damage in the area of Buck’s Pocket Road,” said Spence. The Black Fox Road area was also hit — trees downed and power shut off.
Those suffering storm-related damage, industrial or residential, are urged to report damage for assessment to the Bradley County Emergency Management Agency.
Crucial data regarding the storm is collected and documented through the EMA and Tennessee Emergency Management Agency.
Spence said anyone needing to contact his office regarding the storm and damage should call 728-7289.