STATE Emergency Service volunteers who helped search for the deceased man at Pejar Dam last week&nbsp;have been offered support. Members were visibly distressed after pulling the 21-year-old from the water on Friday morning (see related story). Eighteen members from Crookwell and Goulburn joined the search on Thursday night and Friday morning, regional controller Robert Bell said. “We have support services and it’s up to me to trigger that,” Mr Bell said. “We have activated it and I’ve spoken to our peer support team and they’re aware of the situation.” Mr Bell said the volunteers had a debrief on Friday morning, which reinforced the help available to them. The SES has a hotline that volunteers can ring for peer support or the team can come directly to the people affected. Wild weather Meantime, Thursday’s sudden storm kept crews busy. At Goulburn, wind gusts peaked at 74km/h at 4.50pm, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. Its strength at 6.30pm at Pejar Dam, a typically windy spot, is not known. Southern Tablelands SES attended two callouts, Mr Bell said. At Windellama, which bore the brunt of the change, a skylight in a house was damaged. In Goulburn, personnel were called to a house in Holland St which had lost some of its roof tiles. Former Windellama Progress Association president Robert Shaw said trees on his Oallen Ford Rd property were nearly “bent double” in the late afternoon storm. The sky to the southeast was pitch black. “During the day the wind was blowing at about five to 10 miles an hour but all of a sudden it was blowing at 40 to 50 knots (74 to 93km/h). It absolutely roared through the trees,” he said.&nbsp; It was accompanied by hail about the “size of grapes” and a small amount of rain. Fortunately, he didn’t suffer any discernible damage on his property. &nbsp; Goulburn received 12.8mm of rain on Thursday, according to the Bureau.