Jun 16, 2010
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by David Swarts
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Josh Herrin's home/race shop in Dublin, Georgia, as it appeared in March 2010. Photo by David Swarts/Roadracingworld.com.
AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Championship leader Josh Herrin's home in Dublin, Georgia, was heavily damaged by a tornado Tuesday evening.
"My house got hit by a tornado tonight," Herrin posted on his Facebook page Tuesday evening. "Almost everything of ours got ruined."
Herrin's longtime girlfriend Teesha Kitterman elaborated on her Facebook page, writing, "A tornado took off half the roof."
The home Herrin's parents and three siblings live in on the same piece of property was not damaged, according to a separate Facebook post by Kitterman.
Calls to Josh Herrin and his father Phil Herrin were not immediately returned.
We will post more details as they become available.