People trapped after tornado hits Birmingham, Ala.

Police in Birmingham, Alabama, say people are trapped in houses along Jefferson Avenue Southwest, where a tornado touch down earlier Friday evening.
    
According to Lt. Sean Edwards, a Birmingham police spokesman, there are no known injuries at this point.
    
Weather radar Friday evening showed an intense system along the Interstate 20/59 corridor west of Birmingham, with the storm moving eastward. Flooding was reported in counties throughout the region, as heavy rain continued to fall.

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