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Photos: Major storm damage in Rockingham County, thousands still without power

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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, N.C. — Thousands of Duke Energy customers are without power in Rockingham County after storms rolled through the area Wednesday evening. In addition, Reidsville's three fire stations have received at least 35 calls for emergencies for storm-related damage.

Power lines and trees fell on houses, cars and in streets.

According to the Duke Energy outage map, about 2,600 customers are still without power as of Thursday afternoon. At one point, more than 9,300 customers were without power.

Reidsville was hit the hardest.

The canopy at the Sparks & Son No. 2 service station, located at 304 S. Scales St., Reidsville, fell over as a result of the storms.

The intersection of Morehead Street and Pennsylvania Avenue was blocked with debris and downed cables.

It is unclear when power will be fully restored, but Duke Energy crews are working throughout the county.

No injuries have been reported.