MONTGOMERY, AL
(WSFA) – Gov. Robert Bentley has declared a state of emergency for all of Alabama as a result of the severe weather impacting the state. “Some of our communities have already experienced significant damage as a result of the tornadoes that began moving through Alabama earlier today,” Bentley said. “By issuing a State of Emergency, I am directing all state agencies to take necessary actions to respond to Alabama communities that need help. According to the governor, the Alabama Emergency Management Agency activated the State Emergency Operations Center in Clanton to a level two at 7 p.m. Monday. The governor has also authorized the mobilization of 100 Alabama National Guard members to be on stand by. More

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