Residents across West Alabama are working to clean extensive damage caused by flooding Saturday night.

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Some areas in Tuscaloosa County received over nine inches of rainfall as Tropical Depression Claudette stalled out, creating major flooding issues in Tuscaloosa and Northport. Residents in Nothport's Willowbrook community were particularly devastated by the torrential rainfall and flooding.

Volunteers are needed to assist with cleaning and restoration efforts. The Tuscaloosa County Emergency Management Agency has established a reception center for volunteers at the Church of the Highlands off Rice Mine Road. Anyone wishing to volunteer is asked to report to the church at 9 a.m. this (Monday) morning.

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