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Marietta school officials not reporting issues with tornado in area


Marietta City Schools have not been affected by the tornado conditions moving through the metro Atlanta area.

All is well at the individual schools, said Superintendent Emily Lembeck. 

"We haven’t had any effects from the storm," she said. "Our buses are running on schedule."

Check here for the latest metro Atlanta tornado news

Here's what's going on with the Cobb County School District.

Cobb police spokesman Sgt. Dana Pierce said on Channel 2 Action News that trees are down and damage in Cobb is focused in two areas: Discovery Boulevard in Mableton and Providence Road along with Roswell Road in East Cobb.


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