UPDATE (Jan. 13): At least seven people were killed in a tornado that hit Autauga County Thursday, CBS affiliate WAKA confirmed. The deaths happened in the Old Kingston area of north Autauga County.

The Autauga County Sheriff’s Office reported the seventh fatality. A woman who had been reported missing was found dead on County Road 140.

Before hitting Autauga County, the storm tore through historic Selma, ripping roofs off homes and uprooting trees. Another person was killed in Georgia, where strong winds knocked out power for tens of thousands of people, according to the Associated Press.

Video taken by Adam Owens shows the funnel cloud moving through the small community of Pine Level in Autauga County on Thursday afternoon.

Video from WAKA shows a possible tornado in Deatsville, to the east of Autauga County.

AUTAUGA COUNTY, Ala. (WKRG) — Autuaga County Sheriff David Hill told CBS affiliate WAKA that six were killed in the Old Kingston area during Thursday’s tornado outbreak that brought damage to communities across the state.

WAKA spoke with Autauga County EMA Director Ernie Baggett who said the areas hardest hit in the outbreak were the Old Kingston and Marbury.

WKRG News 5 is working to confirm more details about these fatalities. We will update this story as more information becomes available.

The WKRG News 5 First Alert Storm Team spent the day tracking the severe system. West of Autauga County, in Selma, a tornado ripped through part of the city; a resident captured the aftermath on camera.

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey released a statement Thursday night on Twitter:

“I am sad to have learned that six Alabamians were lost to the storms that ravaged across our state. My prayers are with their loved ones and communities. We are far too familiar with devastating weather, but our people are resilient. We will get through it and be stronger for it.”

Further south in Mobile County, storms whipped through the Mount Vernon area, downing power lines and overturning houses.