Preliminary Local Storm Reports
Sunday, May 3, 2009


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..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

1251 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 NE KINTERBISH         32.35N 88.27W
05/03/2009                   SUMTER             AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN SOUTHERN SUMTER COUNTY
            NEAR KINTERBISH.

1257 PM     HAIL             1 S WOODSTOCK JUNCTION  33.20N 87.17W
05/03/2009  E0.75 INCH       BIBB               AL   PUBLIC

            DIME TO PENNY SIZE WAS REPORTED NEAR WOODSTOCK.

0111 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LINDEN                  32.31N 87.80W
05/03/2009                   MARENGO            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            *** 1 INJ *** HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN
            THROUGHOUT MARENGO COUNTY. ONE TRACTOR TRAILER AS BLOWN
            OVER ON HIGHWAY 80. THE DRIVER SUFFERED MINOR INJURIES.
            AT LEAST 2 HOMES IN LINDEN WERE DAMAGED BY FALLEN TREES.

0120 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 N DEMOPOLIS           32.56N 87.84W
05/03/2009                   GREENE             AL   PUBLIC

            A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG THE RIVER SOUTH OF
            FORKLAND AND NORTH OF DEMOPOLIS.

0123 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     MCCALLA                 33.35N 87.01W
05/03/2009                   JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            UNCONFIRMED TORNADO REPORTED ON EASTERN VALLEY ROAD SOUTH
            OF MCCALLA. NO DAMAGE HAS BEEN FOUND.

0130 PM     TSTM WND DMG     CUBA                    32.44N 88.37W
05/03/2009                   SUMTER             AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AROUND CUBA.

0132 PM     TORNADO          2 SSW NEWBERN           32.56N 87.55W
05/03/2009  F1               HALE               AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG CR 10 WEST OF STATE
            HWY 61 IN THE SUNSHINE COMMUNITY. THE ROOF WAS TAKEN OFF
            ONE BARN AND ANOTHER STRUCTURE HAD PARTIAL ROOF DAMAGE. A
            FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ALONG THE SHORT PATH. THE
            TORNADO DAMAGE PATH WAS LESS THAN ONE TENTH OF A MILE
            LONG AND WAS 50 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT.

0136 PM     TSTM WND DMG     GREENSBORO              32.70N 87.59W
05/03/2009                   HALE               AL   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE
            COUNTY. AT LEAST 5 HOMES IN THE FAUNSDALE AREA RECEIVED
            MINOR DAMAGE. ONE MOBILE HOME HAD ITS ROOF TORN OFF.

0145 PM     HAIL             2 SW HOOVER             33.35N 86.84W
05/03/2009  E1.00 INCH       JEFFERSON          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL WAS OBSERVED NEAR HOOVER.

0152 PM     TSTM WND DMG     GREENSBORO              32.70N 87.59W
05/03/2009                   HALE               AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN EASTERN HALE COUNTY.

0154 PM     TORNADO          4 NE INVERNESS          33.44N 86.67W
05/03/2009  F0               SHELBY             AL   PUBLIC

            NUMEROUS TREES WERE UPROOTED ALONG THE PATH. AT LEAST 20
            HOMES SUFFERED MINOR ROOF DAMAGE MAINLY LOSS OF SHINGLES.
            DAMAGE WAS REPORTED IN THE BROOK HIGHLAND AREA. THE
            TORNADO CROSSED HIGHWAY 119 AND ENTERED INTO THE
            GREYSTONE LEGACY COMMUNITY. DAMAGE WAS LIMITED TO TREES
            UPROOTED AND SNAPPED ON THE GOLF COURSE. THE PATH WAS
            2.61 MILES LONG AND 200 YARDS WIDE.

0155 PM     TSTM WND GST     SAFFORD                 32.29N 87.37W
05/03/2009  E0.00 MPH        DALLAS             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE
            COUNTY. A PAVILION WAS DESTROYED AT MEMORIAL STADIUM.
            TREES WERE REPORTED DOWN ON SEVERAL ROADWAYS INCLUDING
            HIGHWAY 5, HIGHWAY 22, COUNTY ROAD 222, AND IN THE CAMP
            GRIST AREA.

0155 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MARION                  32.63N 87.32W
05/03/2009                   PERRY              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            THOUSANDS OF TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY.

0156 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 E HOOVER              33.38N 86.77W
05/03/2009                   SHELBY             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            A FEW TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON STEVENS HILL CIRCLE,
            RIVERCHASE TRACE AT RIVERCHASE PARKWAY, AND OLD ROCKY
            RIDGE ROAD AT LORNA ROAD. LARGE TENTS AND PORTABLE
            RESTROOMS WERE BLOWN DOWN IN SPAIN PARK.

0201 PM     HAIL             CHELSEA                 33.33N 86.64W
05/03/2009  E0.75 INCH       SHELBY             AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            PENNY SIZE HAIL FELL NEAR DOUBLE OAK MOUNTAIN.

0202 PM     HAIL             3 SE VESTAVIA HILLS     33.40N 86.75W
05/03/2009  E0.25 INCH       SHELBY             AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            DIME SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED NEAR ACTON AT CAHABA RIVER
            ROAD AND ACTON ROAD.

0203 PM     TORNADO          4 SSW LEEDS             33.49N 86.58W
05/03/2009  F1               SHELBY             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN ALONG CR 470 AND TRACKED
            NORTHEASTWARD. THE TORNADO LIFTED BEFORE IT CROSSED STATE
            HWY 25 JUST NORTH OF DUNAVANT. DOZENS OF TREES WERE
            SNAPPED OFF OR UPROOTED ALONG THE PATH. THE DAMAGE PATH
            WAS 1.64 MILES LONG AND WAS 300 YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST
            POINT.

0205 PM     HAIL             GREYSTONE               33.45N 86.63W
05/03/2009  E0.88 INCH       SHELBY             AL   PUBLIC

            NICKEL SIZE HAIL FELL AT THE GREYSTONE LEGACY GOLF
            COURSE. THE HAIL COVERED THE GROUND.

0215 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MAPLESVILLE             32.79N 86.88W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            CATTLE AND DEER LIFTED OFF THE GROUND IN THE WESTERN PART
            OF CHILTON COUNTY.

0215 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LAWLEY                  32.86N 86.95W
05/03/2009                   BIBB               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PART
            OF BIBB COUNTY. MANY ROADWAYS WERE BLOCKED.

0215 PM     TORNADO          4 SSE MOODY             33.54N 86.46W
05/03/2009  F1               ST. CLAIR          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF
            SEQUOYAH ROADAND CHEROKEE ROAD AT STEWARTS CROSSROADS.
            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWNDOWN ALONG THE SHORT PATH. THE
            FALLEN TREES LANDED ON HOMES AND PRODUCED MINOR TO
            MODERATE DAMAGE. THE TORNADO WAS 1 MILE LONG AND WAS 100
            YARDS WIDE AT ITS WIDEST POINT.

0219 PM     HAIL             VANDIVER                33.47N 86.51W
05/03/2009  E1.00 INCH       SHELBY             AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL FELL IN VANDIVER. THE HAIL COVERED THE
            GROUND.

0219 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MOODY                   33.60N 86.49W
05/03/2009                   ST. CLAIR          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES DOWN ON KERR RD, ON MARKEETA RD AT MITCHELL CIRCLE,
            AND ON MARKEETA SPUR RD AT WAGON GAP CIRCLE.

0220 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MAPLESVILLE             32.79N 86.88W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN AROUND MAPLESVILLE.
            AT LEAST THREE HOMES AND TWO MOBILE HOMES WERE DAMAGED BY
            THE FALLEN TREES. FALLEN TREES WERE BLOCKING RAILROAD
            TRACKS. SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS AND OTHER STRUCTURES
            SUFFERED VARYING DEGREES OF ROOF DAMAGE.

0220 PM     HAIL             MAPLESVILLE             32.79N 86.88W
05/03/2009  E1.00 INCH       CHILTON            AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED IN SOUTHWESTERN CHILTON
            COUNTY.

0223 PM     HAIL             STERRETT                33.45N 86.48W
05/03/2009  E0.88 INCH       SHELBY             AL   CO-OP OBSERVER

            NICKEL SIZED HAIL COVERED THE GROUND NEAR COUNTY ROAD 43
            AND COUNTY ROAD 55.

0227 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MOODY                   33.60N 86.49W
05/03/2009                   ST. CLAIR          AL   LAW ENFORCEMENT

            NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN THE MOODY AREA.
            POSSIBLE TORNADO.

0227 PM     TORNADO          6 SSE BALD ROCK         33.52N 86.41W
05/03/2009  F1               ST. CLAIR          AL   NWS STORM SURVEY

            A TORNADO TOUCHED DOWN IN PLEASANT GROVE ALONG COUNTY
            ROAD 27 AND TRACKED NORTHEASTWARD GENERALLY PARALLEL TO
            COUNTY ROAD 27 AND WOLF CREEK. THE TORNADO CROSSED
            INTERSTATE 20 NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF US HIGHWAY
            231...THEN CONTINUED TO THE COOSA RIVER JUST BEYOND THE
            RIVER RANCH ROAD COMMUNITY. NUMEROUS TREES AND POWER
            POLES WERE SNAPPED OFF ALONG THE PATH...MANY LANDING ON
            HOMES AND OUTBUILDINGS. AT LEAST 34 HOMES WERE DAMAGED
            ALONG THE PATH. THE TORNADO WAS 16.58 MILES LONG AND 800
            YARDS WIDE A

0233 PM     TSTM WND DMG     JEMISON                 32.96N 86.75W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            SEVERAL TREES WERE SNAPPED OFF ALONG INTERSTATE 65
            BETWEEN MILE MARKER 219 AND 212. AN OLD STORE FRONT WAS
            BLOWN OVER IN DOWNTOWN. 3 OR 4 BUILDINGS SUFFERED DAMAGE.
            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN THE CITY. AT LEAST 3
            VEHICLES WERE DAMAGED BY THE FALLEN TREES. RAILROAD
            TRACKS WERE BLOCKED FOR SEVERAL HOURS.

0233 PM     TSTM WND DMG     CLANTON                 32.84N 86.63W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AROUND CLANTON. AT LEAST
            ONE HOME WAS DAMAGED BY THE FALLEN TREES.

0236 PM     HAIL             PELL CITY               33.56N 86.27W
05/03/2009  E0.88 INCH       ST. CLAIR          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            NICKEL SIZE HAIL WAS OBSERVED IN PELL CITY.

0237 PM     HAIL             PELL CITY               33.56N 86.27W
05/03/2009  E1.00 INCH       ST. CLAIR          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            QUARTER SIZE HAIL WAS REPORTED AROUND PELL CITY.

0237 PM     TSTM WND DMG     THORSBY                 32.92N 86.71W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   PUBLIC

            A LARGE TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN IN THORSBY.

0240 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 E JEMISON             32.96N 86.70W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            A FEW TREES WERE BLWON DOWN AND BLOCKING INTERSTATE 65
            NEAR EXIT 219.

0240 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SE SPRING CREEK AT LA 33.08N 86.52W
05/03/2009                   SHELBY             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            HUNDREDS OF TREES WERE SNAPPED OFF AT COUNTY ROAD 71 AND
            SOUTH RIVER ROAD NEAR THE LACOOSA MARINA. AT LEAST 3
            HOMES WERE DAMAGED BY THE FALLEN TREES. SEVERAL CAMPERS
            SUFFERED MINOR DAMAGE. A ROOF WAS BLOWN OFF A DRY STORAGE
            BOAT HOUSE. SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS WERE DAMAGED.

0243 PM     TSTM WND DMG     BENTON                  32.31N 86.82W
05/03/2009                   LOWNDES            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN BENTON.

0247 PM     TSTM WND DMG     BOOTH                   32.50N 86.57W
05/03/2009                   AUTAUGA            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS AUTAUGA COUNTY. MANY
            LOCATIONS EXPERIENCED POWER OUTAGES AND IN SOME INSTANCES
            LASTED OVER 7 HOURS.

0247 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MARBLE VALLEY           33.04N 86.45W
05/03/2009                   COOSA              AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN NORTHWEST COOSA COUNTY.

0248 PM     TSTM WND DMG     HAYNEVILLE              32.18N 86.58W
05/03/2009                   LOWNDES            AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN COUNTYWIDE. MANY OF THE
            FALLEN TREES BLOCKED ROADWAYS. A FEW TREES FELL ON
            VEHICLES AND HOMES.

0255 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 WNW PELL CITY         33.57N 86.29W
05/03/2009                   ST. CLAIR          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON OLD WAYNE ROAD AND 5TH
            STREET IN EDEN COMMUNITY.

0300 PM     TSTM WND DMG     COLUMBIANA              33.18N 86.60W
05/03/2009                   SHELBY             AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AROUND COLUMBIANA.

0300 PM     TSTM WND DMG     SYLACAUGA               33.18N 86.26W
05/03/2009                   TALLADEGA          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            ESTIMATED 50 MPH WINDS AT WEST WALNUT AND COALING ROAD
            BEHIND FOOD WORLD. POWER OUT AND TREE LIMBS DOWN.

0304 PM     TSTM WND DMG     4 E COLUMBIANA          33.18N 86.53W
05/03/2009                   SHELBY             AL   PUBLIC

            A UTILITY SHED APPARENTLY WAS BLOWN AWAY NEAR COLUMBIANA.


0304 PM     TSTM WND DMG     SYLACAUGA               33.18N 86.26W
05/03/2009                   TALLADEGA          AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            NUMEROUS TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND UPROOTED AROUND
            SYLACAUGA. THE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT SUFFERED ROOF
            DAMAGE. A FEW HOMES AND MOBILE HOMES WERE DAMAGED BY THE
            FALLEN TREES.

0304 PM     TSTM WND DMG     OAK GROVE               33.19N 86.30W
05/03/2009                   TALLADEGA          AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON OLD SYLACAUGA HIGHWAY
            AND ODENS MILL ROAD.

0308 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MILLBROOK               32.48N 86.37W
05/03/2009                   ELMORE             AL   PUBLIC

            SEVERAL POWER LINES AND TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN
            MILLBROOK. SOME OF THE TREES FELL AND MADE THE ROADS
            IMPASSABLE. ONE TREE LANDED ON A HOME AND CAUSED MINOR
            DAMAGE.

0308 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     WEAVER                  33.76N 85.81W
05/03/2009                   CALHOUN            AL   PUBLIC

            911 OFFICE RELAYED A PUBLIC REPORT OF A TORNADO ON THE
            GROUND IN WEAVER.

0308 PM     TSTM WND DMG     ELMORE                  32.54N 86.32W
05/03/2009                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN AROUND
            ELMORE.

0309 PM     TSTM WND DMG     WETUMPKA                32.54N 86.20W
05/03/2009                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN
            WETUMPKA. A FEW VEHICLES WERE DAMAGED BY THE FALLEN
            TREES. OTHER TOWNS THAT REPORTED DAMAGE INCLUDE
            DEATSVILLE, HOLTVILLE, SANTUCK, REDLAND, FRIENDSHIP, AND
            TALLASSEE.

0309 PM     TSTM WND DMG     COOSADA                 32.50N 86.33W
05/03/2009                   ELMORE             AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES AND A FEW POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN IN
            COOSADA. SOME OF THE FALLEN TREES BLOCKED ROADWAYS.

0310 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
05/03/2009                   MONTGOMERY         AL   AMATEUR RADIO

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN NEAR LAKEVIEW DRIVE IN
            MONTGOMERY. WIND GUSTS ESTIMATED TO BE AROUND 60 MPH.

0315 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
05/03/2009                   MONTGOMERY         AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            A LARGE TREE WAS BLOWN DOWN ON WOODLEY CIRCLE.

0316 PM     FUNNEL CLOUD     WEAVER                  33.76N 85.81W
05/03/2009                   CALHOUN            AL   FIRE DEPT/RESCUE

            AN UNCONFIRMED TORNADO REPORT THROUGH 911 DISPATCH.

0319 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
05/03/2009                   MONTGOMERY         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS MONTGOMERY COUNTY.

0320 PM     TSTM WND DMG     PRATTVILLE              32.46N 86.45W
05/03/2009                   AUTAUGA            AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            POWER OUTAGES WERE REPORTED IN PRATTVILLE.

0325 PM     TSTM WND DMG     MONTGOMERY              32.35N 86.28W
05/03/2009                   MONTGOMERY         AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            AUBURN UNIVERSITY AT MONTGOMERY SOCCER FIELD BLEACHERS
            WERE BLOWN OVER.

0332 PM     TSTM WND DMG     ASHLAND                 33.28N 85.84W
05/03/2009                   CLAY               AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS CLAY COUNTY. AT
            LEAST ONE STRUCTURE SUFFERED WIND DAMAGE.

0334 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LINCOLN                 33.60N 86.14W
05/03/2009                   TALLADEGA          AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN ON 33 CRICKET LANE.

0335 PM     TSTM WND DMG     1 SSW JEMISON           32.95N 86.75W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            A CARPORT WAS DESTROYED AND TWO CARS WERE DAMAGED NEAR
            JEMISON. A LARGE OAK TREE WAS ALSO BLOWN DOWN IN BACK
            YARD.

0335 PM     TSTM WND DMG     JEMISON                 32.96N 86.75W
05/03/2009                   CHILTON            AL   NWS EMPLOYEE

            THE FENCE AROUND THE BASEBALL FIELD AT JEMISON HIGH
            SCHOOL WAS BLOWN DOWN.

0340 PM     TSTM WND DMG     3 NE PIEDMONT           33.95N 85.57W
05/03/2009                   CALHOUN            AL   TRAINED SPOTTER

            A SMALL PORTABLE METAL SHED WAS DESTROYED AND BLOWN
            ACROSS US HWY 278 INTO THE PARKING LOT OF A GAS STATION.

0346 PM     TSTM WND DMG     DADEVILLE               32.83N 85.77W
05/03/2009                   TALLAPOOSA         AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS TALLAPOOSA COUNTY.

0355 PM     TSTM WND DMG     TUSKEGEE                32.44N 85.71W
05/03/2009                   MACON              AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS THE COUNTY. AT LEAST
            ONE HOME WAS DAMAGED BY THE FALLEN TREES. AT LEAST ONE
            VEHICLE WAS DAMAGED AND MANY ROADWAYS WERE BLOCKED AND
            TEMPORARILY IMPASSABLE.

0415 PM     TSTM WND GST     AUBURN                  32.59N 85.48W
05/03/2009  E0.00 MPH        LEE                AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            DAMAGE WAS REPORTED AT THE MUNICIPAL PARKING FACILITY.
            TREES WERE ALSO BLOWN DOWN AND POWER OUTAGES WERE
            REPORTED ACROSS COUNTY.

0415 PM     TSTM WND DMG     AUBURN                  32.59N 85.48W
05/03/2009                   LEE                AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES AND POWER LINES WERE BLOWN DOWN COUNTYWIDE.
            A CHURCH ROOF SUSTAINED MODERATE DAMAGE AND A PARKING
            DECK HAD MINOR ROOF DAMAGE.

0421 PM     TSTM WND GST     OPELIKA                 32.65N 85.38W
05/03/2009  E61.00 MPH       LEE                AL   BROADCAST MEDIA

            THE EAST ALABAMA MEDICAL CENTER REPORTED A PEAK WIND OF
            61 MPH.

0422 PM     TSTM WND DMG     LAFAYETTE               32.90N 85.40W
05/03/2009                   CHAMBERS           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN ACROSS CHAMBERS COUNTY. A
            FEW VEHICLES WERE DAMAGED FROM THE FALLEN TREES.

0430 PM     TSTM WND DMG     ROANOKE                 33.15N 85.37W
05/03/2009                   RANDOLPH           AL   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL TREES WERE BLOWN DOWN AND CAUSED POWER OUTAGES.
            THE FALLEN TREES DAMAGED SEVERAL BUILDINGS AND VEHICLES.
            SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS AND BARNS SUFFERED DAMAGE.


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