5,000 without power, damage after tornado warnings in Wake County near Raleigh

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) — Some damage was noted in central North Carolina as warnings for tornadoes and severe thunderstorms were issued Friday afternoon.

About 5,000 power outages were reported by Duke Energy in southwest and south Raleigh near Garner at around 6:45 p.m.

A tree fell on a house along Gallup Road in Chapel Hill. Nobody was injured.

In South Raleigh, a CBS 17 crew went to a house where a large tree fell on a house on Aaron Drive. The area is approximately four miles north of Garner.

In Wake County, the Wake County Sheriff’s Office responded to a fallen tree across the street near the 9200 block of Ten-Ten Road.

An “extremely large tree” fell on a home along Red Mill Road near Interstate 85 on Friday morning, the National Weather Service reported.

A tree atop a home on Aaron Drive near Southeast Raleigh. CBS 17 photo

Two tornado warnings have been issued — both for parts of Wake County. The second tornado warning was lifted at 6 p.m

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DUSTIN JONES

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