Storms Cut Path of Damage Across East Alabama and West Georgia Saturday Morning

Homes damaged, Trees toppled, and Power outages reported

Damage reports across our area show high winds, possibly tornadoes, left a trail of damage during morning storms on Saturday.

Damage reports include:

Damage to the roof and athletic field at Smiths Station High School in Lee County, Alabama.

A tree across Lee Road 106 near Hickory Hill subdivision off Moores Mill Road near Auburn in Lee County, Alabama. The downed tree prevented people from entering and leaving their neighborhood. Some 20 homes were without power. Alabama Power crews responded to restore service.

Homes damaged and trees down in the Haley Woods Subdivision in Salem in Lee County, Alabama.

 Sheet metal and tree damage north of Crawford in Russell County, Alabama.

Trees down in Louisville in Barbour County, Alabama.

Limbs and trees down southwest of Lagrange, in County, Georgia.

Trees downed in the northbound lane of i85 just south of exit 13.

Trees down across Highway 27 and Holland Road about two miles south of Cataula in Harris County, Georgia.

Nine trees down in the town of Cataula in Harris County, Georgia. One tree was hit by a car and another fell on a house.

Damage to the youth softball complex off Highway 315 in Cataula in Harris County, Georgia.

Damage to homes in the Fortson Hills subdivision in southern Harris County, Georgia.

Severe roof damage in Howard in Taylor County, Georgia.

Heavy roof damage to two homes with trees down in Five Points in Taylor County, Georgia.

Flint Energies, Alabama Power, and Georgia Power report power outages as a result of the storms.

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