World news – See photos of Moundville Storm Damage: Homes, Vehicles Destroyed in West Alabama

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Moundville sustained damage after it swept through town during a storm in Alabama on Wednesday.

Homes, vehicles, and other structures were in downtown Moundville and other areas such as the Waterbury subdivision on the outskirts Hale County’s town destroyed.

Residents investigated the damage, with car windshields broken and house front doors broken, as neighbors and others gathered for immediate repairs.

Large trees were uprooted , with chunks of roofs from nearby homes and businesses strewn on the sodden sidewalk.

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., on March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision, Mou ndville, Ala., March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com )

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala. , March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., March 17, 2021 (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., March 17, 2021. March 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the water bury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., on March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

Severe weather damage to homes in the Waterbury subdivision in Moundville, Ala., on March 17, 2021. (Ben Flanagan / AL.com)

A house on Second Avenue in Moundville suffered major structural damage. Most of the houses in the city center were spared, however. (Courtesy of Will Nevin)

Some tree damage was visible on Moundville Market Street, the street that connects downtown to busy Highway 69. The clean-up had started hours after the storm. (Courtesy of Will Nevin)

A car dealership near the corner of Market Street and Second Avenue after the suspected tornado. The store is located in the center of downtown Moundville. (Courtesy Will Nevin)

A trampoline from a neighboring yard landed in Taylor Park, Moundville. The park itself was undamaged. (Courtesy of Will Nevin)

A car dealership near the corner of Market Street and Second Avenue after the suspected tornado. The store is located in the center of downtown Moundville. (Courtesy of Will Nevin)

The Bank of Moundville suffered some damage to the gate area of ​​their building. The suspected tornado crossed Second Avenue and then hit the bank.
(Courtesy of Will Nevin)

A house on Old Greensboro Road near Moundville suffered major structural damage to its roof after the suspected tornado left downtown. The storm then continued in Tuscaloosa County. (Courtesy photo)

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