UPDATE: Damage at Phenix City water treatment plant, Columbus gas station results from EF0 tornado

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Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Birmingham were able to find tornado damage along the Parker Road area from the storms that moved through the region on Sunday.

This tornado struck the Phenix City Water Treatment Plant around 9:09 AM CT Sunday and moved across the river in Georgia causing more damage.

During the survey, meteorologists found damage to a gas station on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd where gas pumps were blown over and took about some large trees along 17th Street in Midtown. 

This tornado lifted shortly after knocking trees and power lines down in Weracoba Park around 10:23 AM ET.

Their findings concluded that the tornado had wind speeds of 85 mph. On the ground for approximatly 3.2 miles in Alabama and Georgia and was on the ground for 14 minutes.

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