AEMA: 3 dead, 31 counties report damage after storms - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

AEMA: 3 dead, 31 counties report damage after storms

A map of reported damage. Source: AEMA A map of reported damage. Source: AEMA
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

The Alabama EMA has releases new information on the death toll and damage suffered during this week's storms.

The owners of at least 240 homes are dealing with major damage left by storms and tornadoes that roared across the state.

Thirty-one of 67 counties have made preliminary damage reports ranging from flooding to trees down to structural damage.

Three people were killed in Alabama. A mother and son died in Limestone County and University of Alabama swimmer John Servati was killed in Tuscaloosa.

Click here to read the full report for April 30 (PDF).

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