Gov. Bentley to tour Pike County storm damage Friday | News
TROY, AL (WSFA) - Alabama Governor Robert Bentley, fresh off a tour of tornado damage in Mobile and Prichard, will be in Pike County Friday for more of the same.
The governor's press office confirms that he will visit affected areas with various officials Friday.
SLIDESHOW: Pike County storm damage
The visit is scheduled to start around 1:45pm at the Brantley Mobile Home Park in Troy. Governor Bentley will also survey damage and visit with residents along County Road 2214 around 2:45pm.
Governor Bentley will be joined by Alabama Emergency Management Agency Director Art Faulkner.
The Alabama EMA is working with local emergency managers and other officials to get those communities the resources that are needed for recovery.
National Weather Service surveyors continue to work toward confirming possible tornadoes. So far, they've determined at least two hit Pike County, one an EF-1 and the other an EF-2.
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