A strong line of storms knocked out power to thousands across metro Atlanta on Wednesday evening.

Damage Across Metro Atlanta, N. Ga.

As of 11 p.m. Wednesday, Georgia Power said 150,000 customers were without power statewide.

Channel 2 has received numerous reports of downed trees and power lines in several neighborhoods.

A tree fell on a house in the 3000 block of Dowry Drive in Lawrenceville, said Gwinnett Fire-Rescue spokesman Capt. Tommy Rutledge.

Rutledge said firefighters have been busy responding to a host of storm-related incidents.

“Wires down, vehicle accidents, alarm calls and trees down,” he wrote in an email to Channel 2.

In Cobb County, firefighters battled a fire in the 3300 block of Post Oak. Investigators said lighting sparked a fire in the garage.

Police were also called to the intersection of N. Marietta Pkwy and Fairground in Marietta. Channel 2 photographer Casey Nichols said stop lights were out at the intersection after storms rolled through Cobb. Nichols said one person was taken away by ambulance.

Channel 2 viewers reported hail across the metro area and many viewers emailed pictures to pix@wsbtv.com.