The Madison County 911 Center reported a number of downed trees and power lines during the storms that passed through the county Wednesday evening into early Thursday morning, though no injuries were reported.
Assistant 911 director Ricky Hix said storm-related calls started coming in around 7:27 p.m. and continued until approximately 12:47a.m. Thursday morning.
“We received numerous duplicate calls about the same incidents, so I hope I haven't left any out,” Hix said.
County volunteer fire departments, rescue and First Responders along with county personnel worked during the night to clear trees and limbs from highways and county roads.
Trees were reported down on the following roadways: 7932 Paoli Road, Bullock Mill Road, 2365 Planter Gunnell Road, Hwy. 29 South at Holman Autry Road, 1127 West Old Ila Road, Nowhere Road just west of Union Baptist Church, 7525 Spratlin Mill Road, 7473 Neese-Commerce Raod, Colbert-Danielsville Road, 449 Cleghorne Road, 815 Smith Road, 917 Hammond-Williams Road, Wildcat Bridge Road at Cheek-Pulliam Road, Hwy. 29 South just south of Booger Hill Road, Spratlin Mill Road at Spratlin Mill Drive, and at 2201 Waggoners Grove Church Road.
A tree reportedly fell on a mobile home at 9574 Hwy. 72 West, Lot 19, but no injuries were reported.
Power lines were reported down at the following locations: 2158 Waggoners Grove Church Road, White Fence Road, 1669 Brush Creek Road, 150 North Third Street, 950 Holman Autry Road, 1470 Wildcat Bridge Road, 788 Paoli Road and 459 Stone Stewart Road.
“We also had a couple of transformer fires due to tree limbs on power lines,” Hix said.
There were also reported power outages throughout the county, with the entire city of Colbert losing power at one point, Hix added.