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Injuries reported after tornado touches down in Baldwin County

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Tornado near Foley on April 22, 2018. (Facebook/Amy Edwards) Tornado near Foley on April 22, 2018. (Facebook/Amy Edwards)
Storm damage in Foley (Facebook/Ben Hobbs) Storm damage in Foley (Facebook/Ben Hobbs)
Overturned travel trailer at Anchors Aweigh RV Resort in Foley Overturned travel trailer at Anchors Aweigh RV Resort in Foley
BALDWIN COUNTY, AL (WALA) -

FOX10 News received dozens of reports of damage after a tornado crossed Baldwin County Sunday afternoon. 

The tornado warning was issued at 3:26 p.m. Video taken around that time was posted to the FOX10 News Facebook page showing the tornado on Brigadoon Trail in Gulf Shores.

As the storm moved north, more people were able to get video of the tornado as it approached Foley. 

Several travel trailers at Anchors Aweigh RV Resort were overturned. Baldwin County Sheriff Hoss Mack said four people were injured with one victim in serious condition. 

As the storm crossed Highway 59, it caused more damage at the Lowe's in Foley. The manager there said the rear of the building took a hit and the store will be closed until Tuesday. Witnesses told FOX10 News that several vehicles in the parking lot were also damaged.

Minor damage was reported in Elberta as the storm moved east. Officials said some trees were knocked down, but there were no reports of major structural damage.

The National Weather Service said a survey team found two EF-0 tornado tracks in Baldwin County. One in Foley and the other along County Road 87 north of Highway 98 near Elberta. 

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