[Updated at 11:32 a.m. ET] The storm that swept through the Mobile, Alabama, area on Thursday morning damaged five Red Cross disaster trailers, an agency official tells CNN. The storm also broke windows in the Red Cross building, but no injuries were reported to Red Cross staff.
[Updated at 8:55 a.m. ET] Mobile, Alabama, police tell CNN that trees are down, power is out and business have been damaged in the Spring Hill Avenue and Moffett Avenue areas of the city by strong storms that swept through the area Thursday morning.
[Posted at 7:27 a.m. ET] Fire dispatchers in Mobile, Alabama, are reporting structural damage in the midtown part of the city after severe storms swept through the area early Friday. Mobile police tell CNN at least two people have been injured.
Tornado warnings were if effect for parts of southern Alabama and northwestern Florida on Thursday morning.
Right on Jason, everyone matters
The Red Cross is a superb agency that goes wherever and whenever it is needed. My family received help from this agency during Hurricane Sandy and i say "thank you" to a great group of people who were there when we needed them most.
Amen @ Jason, stay true to your beliefs! and @ cnn, can you PLEASE delete that obnoxious post under philips name @ 8:49 that is sooo not his post! Its truly disgusting, just as was meant by the jacker who posted it!
Merry Christmass give me a call sometime maybe?
...and then even their own small furniture was sold to the highest bidder, and by their own children who inherited power to force debt upon debtors.
So-much for the 'Future generations' theory about who will pay for todays massive public debt.
OMG! Out of twinkies at the end of the world? There is just no justice lol. Eat an apple its better for you anyway!
About the only proud thing I ever heard anyone from Alabama brag about was that they moved from there years ago.
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