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Tornado Hits Fire Station, School in Kimberly, Alabama

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An officer moves a sign from the road after a possible tornado passed through, damaging homes and business on Monday, April 28, in Kimberly, Ala.
An officer moves a sign from the road after a possible tornado passed through, damaging homes and business on Monday, April 28, in Kimberly, Ala. Butch Dill / AP

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A tornado tore through Kimberly, Alabama, damaging the town's fire department, a church and a middle school on Monday night, police said.

"The fire station is destroyed," said Chief Ray Horn of neighboring Warrior, whose department handled calls when the tornado hit just after 10 p.m. (11 p.m. ET). "The Church of God was destroyed, too."

Image: A worker removes items from the wrecked fire station in Kimberly, Ala., on Tuesday.
A worker removes items from the wrecked fire station in Kimberly, Ala., on Tuesday.Jay Reeves / AP

North Jefferson Middle School was also badly damaged, according to Horn.

There were no fatalities or injuries reported.

Kimberly and Warrior are located north of Birmingham.

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