Damage Reported Due to Severe Weather

On January 22, todaysthv.com released an article entitled Damage Reported Due to Severe Weather.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - No injuries have been reported after severe weather rolled through the state Sunday evening. There are power lines down and trees on houses, however.

According to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management, the main damage is in the Fordyce area, in Dallas County. A woman was trapped in a house near Fordyce. She wasn't hurt, but they had a difficult time getting her out.

Trees are down on several houses, and power is out in the area. The main part of the city where the damage is, is state Highway 8 North, near the city limits.

In Pike County, trees are down on houses, and some are blocking roadways. There are also power outages.

In Little Rock, there's some power lines down and trees around Stagecoach and Longheart.

Quarter-sized hail was reported and an amateur radio operator reported two funnel clouds near Hazen at about 8 p.m. Sunday.

To view a zip code list of the affected counties, please click here.

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