Two Civil Air Patrol pilots, Rick Jones and Calvin Mayo, flew over Pitt and Greene counties Wednesday and took pictures of the damage.
Sights from the air show just how Saturday's twisters carved a path from Snow Hill to Farmville. They say the line of damage could be easily detected at times, but sporatic in places like Farmville.
"It's just surprising how much damage it can do and how it can miss one home and totally tear up the one right next to it and see the trees laying down like the wheat does when the wind blows on it, it's just amazing," said Rick Jones with the Civil Air Patrol.
The Civil Air Patrol does this type of work as part of their emergency services. They also flew heavy plastic sheeting into craven county to cover damaged roof tops.