Sun
Aug 28 2016
11:11 am

An intense thunderstorm with high winds rolled through Maryville and Alcoa last night causing downed trees, power outages and some structural damage. Most of the damage seemed related to downed trees.

Areas around downtown Maryville, Maryville College, Court St. and Washington St. appeared to be hardest hit. There was a traffic signal pole down at the intersection of 321 and Washington. In Alcoa, there were a few trees down and damage to the sign at Big Lots on Hall Rd.

The Maryville Daily Times reported 7000 customers without power in Maryville and 900 without power in Alcoa last night. There are utility crews out in large numbers this morning. Click the above image for some photos...

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