GREENSBORO, N.C. -- One person was killed in Sunday's tornado in the Triad.

Greensboro police identified 48-year-old Anthony George as the person who died.           

Officers say George was killed as he was driving down East Cone Boulevard when a tree fell onto his moving car.

A passenger in the car, 49-year-old Renee George sustained non-life threatening injuries.

Another driver, 48-year-old Becky Combs, also sustained non-life threatening injuries when the same tree fell onto her car.

Radar tracked the tornado moving north at 50 miles per hour.

After the storm, Phillips Avenue in Greensboro was littered with downed trees, flipped cars, and other debris.

City officials say it will take a couple of days to fully assess the full damage from the storms.

The City of Greensboro has opened an emergency shelter at the Glennwood Recreation Center for families affected by the storm.

The National Weather Service in Raleigh reported a tornado was spotted, near U.S. 29 and East Gate City Boulevard in Greensboro at 5:15 p.m.

In Rockingham County, the weather service reported a tornado touched down at 5:30, southwest of Reidsville.

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