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  Damage Assessment
Here's a quick look at the damage in the Birmingham Area Chapter jurisdiction:

Bibb - nothing significant
Blount - nothing significant
Jefferson - scattered damage, but nothing concentrated in a single area
Shelby - nothing significant
St. Clair - nothing significant
Walker - nothing significant

More on Jefferson:
The storms passing through Birmingham have done significant damage to the roof at an apartment building off Robert Jemison Road, south of Green Springs and inside the Birmingham City limits.

Aspen Run Apartments
200 Robert Jemison Road

We assisted several residents last night with a place to stay, and are recommending they get additional casework at our Birmingham Service Center.

We have disaster assessment volunteers checking on some of these scattered reports. If we find more need than we currently know about, we'll ramp up as necessary. Our main number (205-458-8282) is being staffed for those needing emergency assistance.

Audio with Ike Pigott,
Public Affairs Officer

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