Griffin Georgia Flood 1992

In March of 1992, A severe Rainstorm was reported in many Georgian counties, Including Griffin Georgia. This rainstorm went on in Griffin Georgia for up to 5 days Non-stop, Long enough to cause a flood in the city. The water was in between 2- 6 inches, Possibly more. Macon Georgia reported flooding there also. Macon Georgia reported having at least 4 to 6 feet of water above the ground, And that coffins were seen floating out from their gravestones onto the highway. Griffin Georgia reported flooding not too severe, But severe enough to cause environmental damage, Including falling branches, Grass flooding, Etc..., Most of this water came from the cities Resivore. Which over flooded the areas surrounding it, Also flooding the highway.
No Severe damage was done, And no deaths or injuries were reported.