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Campers have no power after storms roll through

(July 6, 2015) -- Campers at Paradise Ranch and Resort in Tylertown, Miss., were forced to sleep in the great outdoors when their cabins lost power.

TYLERTOWN, Miss. — Campers at Paradise Ranch and Resort in Tylertown were forced to sleep in the great outdoors when their cabins lost power, according to WLBT.

“We had three major storms roll through yesterday. The last one knocked the electricity out and we had family on the river we were kind of concerned with but they all got back safe,” said camper Bob Crider to WLBT.

“Between the 10 campers and the people staying in the RV’s we had about 200 people here this weekend and after the power went out they were trying to tough it out and it got to be it had been 24 hours without power and so they were like we gotta go,” said Timothy May with Paradise Ranch and Resort, to WLBT.

To read the full story by WLBT, click here.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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