Thomas Hunt, left, with Southern Tree Services of Beaufort cuts up a 50-inch laurel oak tree that fell in high winds Sunday night. The tree crushed the covered walkway of South Carolina Bank and Trust on Lady's Island. Despite ferocious winds, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office reported no injuries or major damage.
Thomas Hunt, left, with Southern Tree Services of Beaufort cuts up a 50-inch laurel oak tree that fell in high winds Sunday night. The tree crushed the covered walkway of South Carolina Bank and Trust on Lady's Island. Despite ferocious winds, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office reported no injuries or major damage. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Thomas Hunt, left, with Southern Tree Services of Beaufort cuts up a 50-inch laurel oak tree that fell in high winds Sunday night. The tree crushed the covered walkway of South Carolina Bank and Trust on Lady's Island. Despite ferocious winds, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office reported no injuries or major damage. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

Gusty winds cause minor damages

January 25, 2010 6:50 PM