Strong storms in the York County area Sunday afternoon downed trees and power lines and blocked roads in several places.
Multiple power outages were reported, and crews are responding, according to the city of Rock Hill.
A portion of Dave Lyle Boulevard was blocked by downed trees and police were redirecting traffic. Many roads were littered with debris.
High winds and heavy rains suspended Sunday practice at the BMX track in Rock Hill during the championship week, Rock Hill police say.
Due to flooding, Red River Road, between Cherry Road and Eden Terrace, was closed shortly before 5 p.m. Sunday, police say. Road crews had Red River Road cleared by 5:45 p.m., said Capt. Mark Bollinger, public information officer with Rock Hill police.
The Rock Hill Fire Department reported it had responded to about 30 calls by 7 p.m. Sunday, most of them for trees on power lines.
The fire department also reported a tree on a home on North Stonewall Street; no injuries were reported, but one person was displaced, said deputy chief Mark Simmons.
The American Red Cross said Sunday evening that it was assisting the person who was displaced in that home.
One person was struck by a falling tree limb on the Riverwalk trail, and was taken to Piedmont Medical Center, Simmons said.
Hardest hit areas in the city were the Oakland Avenue, East White, East Main, Confederate Avenue and Arch Drive areas, Simmons said.
Numerous reports of flooding and downed trees came in Sunday across Rock Hill, according to York County Emergency Management.
A flood advisory was in effect until 6:30 p.m. for York County, according to the National Weather Service.
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Amanda Harris: 803-329-4082