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Wednesday storms leave damage behind in South Alabama


In south Alabama, powerful straight-line winds caused damage to homes along Harden Road in Houston County. In total, five mobile homes received minor damage and 1 was completely destroyed. Police say four people have been stabbed during a church service at ...


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The National Weather Service has confirmed storm damage in Chilton County was the result of a tornado, according to the Associated Press.AP reports the weather service says a week tornado ripped through around 2.5 miles for three minutes in Jemison on WednesdayThe tornado was classified as an EF-0, with top winds estimated at 80 MPH.Jemison Police reported damage to homes, power lines, and roadways.Powerful straight-line winds also caused damage to homes along Harden Road in Houston County. In total, five mobile homes received minor damage and 1 was completely destroyed. The weather service says storm survey teams will head out to Autauga, Marengo, Hale, and Sumter counties to look at storm damage.

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