By Sam Poe
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 | 11:03 AM
Due to another serious round of severe weather moving through the area this afternoon, area shelters will open again when a tornado watch is issued. Todos refugios se abrirá si se coloca bajo una alerta de tornado.
In Haleyville, shelters are available at the Senior Citizen Center near the Dixie Youth fields behind Pinkard Funeral Home, behind the Neighborhood Facilities Building, at the Scout Hut in South Haleyville, at the airport, in the basement of the Littleville United Methodist Church, and at the downtown safe center behind McDonalds.
In Bear Creek, shelters are available in the basement of the Bobby Bishop Community Center and on State Highway 13 across from Phillips High School.
In Lynn and Natural Bridge, shelters are located at the Lynn Church of Christ and Lynn Town Hall. The Natural Bridge Community Center shelter IS NOT OPEN yet.
In Phil Campbell, shelters are available at the swimming pool on College Road and at the baseball field on County Road 63. If Franklin County Schools were dismissed prior to the watch, the shelters at Phil Campbell High School will also be open to the public.
In Hackleburg, shelters can be found at the Wiggington Community Center, on Gober Road, on County Road 12, and on Old Hackleburg Road at the Housing Authority.
In Double Springs, the only shelter is located in the basement of the Winston County Courthouse.
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