Storms caused heavy damage in Graysville, Monday, April 28, 2014. (abc3340.com)
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ala. -- A strong band of storms caused heavy damage in northern Jefferson County late Monday night, forcing deputies to shut down several streets due to down trees and power lines.ABC 33/40 reporter Marissa Mitchell said some houses in Graysville were also damaged as wells as a local fire station, which sustained major roof damage. Authorities said there were reports of gas leaks in the area.It is unknown at this time if anyone was injured.The Graysville Community Center has been opened as a shelter for those displaced by the storms.
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