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ALABAMA (WHNT) — Strong storms caused multiple reports of damage across the Tennessee Valley, from overturned semi trucks to downed power lines and debris.

News 19 will provide updates and images of the damage as these reports start to roll in. To send in your pictures, click the link below.

A lot of the damage seemed to initially be focused along portions of Highway 20 in Decatur near Linda Lane, as well as Ingalls Harbor and Jay’s Campground.

Jay’s Landings Marina and Campground sustained some pretty severe damage during the storms. News 19 crews were at the scene shortly after the storm came through. Sky19 got some overhead views, and viewers at the Campground submitted photos to us.

Firefighters could be seen working to pull a semi-truck driver out of the overturned vehicle.

Some power poles were snapped, while pieces of tin were wrapped around other lines. Power outages began to affect larger areas as the storms progressed.

The Lawrence County Hospital was also damaged, and one viewer snapped this picture of it:

The Decatur Police Department has been sharing photos of damage from across the city:

A viewer sent in this photo of hail in Albertville:

Hail in Albertville (Telitha Taylor)

A viewer in Hampton Cove sent us this photo of a tree that had been struck by lightning and caught fire.

(Credit: Chandler Myers)

These photos were taken in the Brickyard subdivision by the Tennessee River in Decatur. A window was blown out in the home and scaffolding fell into the pool.

If there’s storm damage in your area, let us know here!