High winds knocked down several trees along Alabama 9 Friday afternoon, causing some damage to a couple homes near Rabbittown, according to the Calhoun County Emergency Management Agency.
Tammy Bain, a public information officer with the agency, said the storm took place between 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Friday. The agency responded to several calls in the area to clean debris from the road, but there were no reported injuries.
Bain said she knew some homes were damaged in the area due to falling trees, but did not know how many houses were hit.
Although the area near Rabbittown appeared to suffer the most damage Friday, Bain said the only reports of power outages the agency received were from the Saks area.