From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
BIRMINGHAM — The National Weather Service in Birmingham reported several trees and power lines were downed Thursday night. Multiple people were trapped inside homes and one woman was killed when a tree fell on a house in St. Clair County.
According to Alabama Power, as of 9:50 pm, there were 47,123 outages across our service territory. Tuscaloosa area — 26,000; Mobile area — 8,200; Birmingham area — 11,000; Montgomery — 1,000. As soon as conditions are safe, crews will begin damage assessment and repair. Call 800-888-2726 to report a power outage.
Please be safe if you see downed lines or poles — stay away and call Alabama Power at 800-888-2726. You can also report hazardous conditions and power outages online at
Tree down along Highway 27 in Springville.
Tree down along Highway 231 in Oneonta.
Tree down on car in Wellington.
Trees down in Ohatchee.
Tree blocking County Road 14 at County Road 523.
Trees down and power outages reported in Titus.
Tree down on powerlines along Gallant Road.
Tree across roadway between Pilgrim’s Rest Road and 4th Avenue South, Gadsden.
Trees and power lines down around County Road 51.
Trees and power lines down.
Trees down at Havana Junction.
Tree down on powerlines near the intersection of Black Creek Camp Road and Alliance Road near Concord.
Tree blocking Shades Cliff Terrace Road near Samford University.
Powerline in Roadway at the intersection of Edgewood Boulevard and Forrest Drive.
Tree down in Vestavia on Wickford Road.
Trees and power lines down along Meg Drive.
Multiple trees down.
Several pieces of roofing removed from buildings in Aliceville.
Carport torn off home.
Tree down and power out at intersection of Thompson Road and 1st Avenue in Alabaster.
Trees and power lines down on Royal Drive.
ST. CLAIR COUNTY
Tree down on home along Highway 231, woman killed.
Trees down near the University of Alabama.
Trees down on Romulus Road.
Trees down across from Skyland Elementary School.
Tree down on home, people trapped.
Tree on house along Highway 231 near Coal City.
Trees down in Double Springs.