National Weather Service says tornado hit Hale County Tuesday morning

Widespread storm damage in Hale County

GREENSBORO, Ala. (WBRC) - A tornado touched down in west Alabama Tuesday.

The National Weather Service in Birmingham said an EF0 tornado hit Hale County, south of downtown Greensboro. It had winds estimated at 75 mph.

The tornado left widespread storm damage in Hale County.

Hale County EMS Director Russell Weeden told Good Day Alabama that two homes were destroyed while 20-30 buildings were damaged. Fortunately there have not been any injuries reported.

Severe storms Monday morning left widespread damage in Hale County.
Severe storms Monday morning left widespread damage in Hale County. (Source: WBRC)
Severe storms Monday morning left widespread damage in Hale County.
Severe storms Monday morning left widespread damage in Hale County. (Source: WBRC)
Severe storms Monday morning left widespread damage in Hale County.
Severe storms Monday morning left widespread damage in Hale County. (Source: WBRC)

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