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Scattered Sunday storms prompt several warnings

Montgomery, Ala. (WSFA) -- A strong line of scattered storms moved Alabama Sunday night, prompting severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings.

There are reports of damage to Miller's Trailer in South Montgomery County near Troy Highway and Pine Level.  Several horse trailers were picked up and scattered.

One witness said they saw one trailer rotating through the air. The owners estimate the damage to be $80,000. It is not known at this time if a small tornado or straight line winds caused the damage.

Montgomery County EMA also reported Sunday night several homes damaged, but would not confirm exactly where the homes were damaged or what caused the damage.

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