CALHOUN COUNTY, Miss (WTVA) - Overnight storms caused some damage to some homes throughout the WTVA viewing area, including one home in Calhoun county.
Emergency management directors reported only minor damage. However, one resident in Bruce faced a different outcome when the storms came through.
Around 2:30 this morning on Denton street in Bruce, Mistie Reece's husband woke her up.
"My husband woke me up and told me to get up, something wasn't right," Reece said. "And by the time my feet hit the floor we heard this big crash; the tree had fallen on top of the house."
The tree fell on the house and damaged the home. Reece said she's wanted the tree removed but hates it was the storm that removed the tree.
"We were not expecting this at all," Reece said. "This tree, my grandmother actually asked for this guy to cut the tree many many years ago. We never did it and I guess last night was the night, it just fell."
A family member of Reece said he did not expect the storm to cause this much damage.
"The news was saying the thunderstorm had passed and that we were probably safe," Wesley Pratt said. "But the safe was the phone call from my brother-in-law that a tree fell in his house so apparently the tornado didn't do it but the strong winds did."
Mistie Reece said she appreciated everyone who came out to help remove the tree from her roof.
Calhoun county's EMA, Randy Skinner said this was on the only home damaged on Denton Street.