FORT RUCKER, Ala. – Fort Rucker sustained tornado damage on Sunday afternoon, according to officials.
The installation tweeted that it happened around 1:40 PM Sunday.
No one was injured, but the installation closed until roads were deemed safe again. Officials advised people to remain in their quarters and off the roads. Just before 8:30 PM, the installation was reopened.
Fort Rucker sustained tornado damage today at approx. 1:40 p.m. No injuries have been reported. People should remain in quarters and off roads. The installation is closed and will reopen once is the roads are determined to be safe.
— USAACE/Fort Rucker (@Ft_Rucker) April 22, 2018
UPDATE: Fort Rucker is now open and normal operations will commence Monday morning. We thank the public for their continued patience while post was closed.
— USAACE/Fort Rucker (@Ft_Rucker) April 23, 2018
The Dale County EMA Director posted photos on Facebook.
Photos reveal damage to a fence and tree limbs down.