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Severe weather rolled through south Louisiana, causing damage in a few parishes Thursday night and leaving thousands in the dark.
The Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office reported power is out for most of the parish, which was under a tornado warning until 10:30 p.m.
Officials reported public schools in Assumption Parish are closed Friday. Baton Rouge International School also canceled classes Friday. The school does not have power.
Deputies said there are several downed trees along LA 401 and LA 308. The sheriff's office reported it has lost track of how many downed power lines were reported.
According to APSO, there were early reports two homes may have been damaged along LA 401. Officials did not indicate how bad the damage is there. Deputies advised people to stay off the streets.
There are also a few road closures in the parish. Those are: Manchac Acres, Bert Allen and Church Point at Guitreau Road. The roads are closed because of downed trees.
There was also damage in East Baton Rouge Parish, with several thousands of people without power. Officials reported numerous trees and power lines down.
A tree fell on a house on Mayfair Hill Drive in Baton Rouge.
The St. George Fire Department reported a house on Ticonderoga Avenue and a trailer on Airline Highway near Baringer Foreman Road also both had trees fall on them. No injuries were reported.
Entergy tweeted that more than 60,000 customers were without power as of 11 p.m. because of the severe weather.
According to DEMCO's website, around 7,000 customers were without power as of 12:30 a.m. with the majority of the power outages located in Livingston and Ascension parishes.