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UPDATE: EF1 tornado causes damage, flooding across Cullman County

Published: Apr. 13, 2020 at 3:09 PM CDT
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CULLMAN CO., Ala. (WBRC) - NWS crews confirm an EF1 tornado hit Cullman County Easter Sunday night.

There are multiple reports of damage and flooding across Cullman County.

Those tornadoes moved through quickly bringing heavy winds and rain.

Winds took out trees across the county.

One of the worst spots in Cullman County, according to a sheriff’s deputy is Highway 31 in Johnson’s Crossing near Hanceville. A Marathon gas station was hit and a few buildings around the intersection were also damaged. Crews are working to restore power.

A road in the Garden City area of Cullman County is also washed out. Crews have County Road 515 blocked off.

County Road 515 in the Garden City area of Cullman County is washed out.
County Road 515 in the Garden City area of Cullman County is washed out.(WBRC)

Another problem is County Road 1699 at County Road 1714 in Holly Pond, several trees are blocking the road.

Damage in Cullman
Damage in Cullman(Mary Ann Bolinger)
Flooding in Cullman
Flooding in Cullman(Chad Easterwood)

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