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Georgia storm closes five branches of Coosa Valley CU
ROME, Ga. (4/28/11)--Storm damage in Rome, Ga., closed all five of Coosa Valley CU's locations Wednesday for the rest of the day. The main office in Rome remained without power late Wednesday morning, credit union branch manager Rick Baxter told the Cedartown Standard (cedartownstd.com April 27). newspaper. That meant the $152 million asset credit union's server was down, and none of the locations could access member information. The power outage closed two locations in Rome, and one each in Cedartown, Armuchee and Cartersville. The locations were expected to be open today for normal business.
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