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[PHOTOS] Coosa County Courthouse floods in wake of Alberto; basement severely damaged


ROCKFORD, Ala. – Alberto barrelled through the state of Alabama. In its path, it left turmoil in the Coosa County Courthouse.

Maintenance Supervisor Todd Brown entered the historic courthouse early Wednesday morning, just like every other day, he found water rising in the basement of the building.

The bottom floor suffered damage to the floor, walls, and some files and records from court hearings were soaked in water.

The carpet was completely ripped up from the floor and some walls will have to be repaired.

Servpro was on site for most of the day Wednesday cleaning up the facility, and is still on site on Thursday.

View pictures of the damage below.

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