RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — As tornado warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings were issued Friday afternoon, some damage was seen in central North Carolina.

In Chapel Hill, a tree fell on a home along Gallup Road. No one was injured.

In south Raleigh, a CBS 17 crew went to a home where a large tree fell on a home on Aaron Drive. The area is about four miles north of Garner.

In Wake County, the Wake County Sheriff’s Office was responding to a downed tree across the road near the 9200 block of Ten-Ten Road.

Friday morning, an “extremely large tree” fell on a home along Red Mill Road near Interstate 85 in the northeast Durham area, the National Weather Service reported.

Security video caught the moment a large tree cracked under the pressure of spring storms Friday in Raleigh.

“I heard the storm and I went to get the dogs and check on them from running around, then we heard a big crash and I went back,” said Jeff Newkirk

At the time, around 5:30, Newkirk and his family were fixing dinner inside his house on Aaron Drive.

When the rain passed, the storm’s full damage revealed itself — with the tree taking out the back stairs and a part of the roof.

A tree down on a home along Aaron Drive near southeast Raleigh. CBS 17 photo

Newkirk says the fire department showed up in minutes.

“They got on the roof, went in the house, went in the attack. They told me there’s a hole in the attic. There’s water raining in the kitchen right now. They said, call your insurance,” Newkirk said.

No one was injured.

In southwest and southern Raleigh near Garner about 5,000 power outages were reported around 6:45 p.m. by Duke Energy. By 9:30 p.m., there were still about 5,000 outages in the same areas. By 10:30 p.m., just about 1,000 customers were without power.

Two tornado warnings were issued — both for parts of Wake County. The second tornado warning was canceled early at 6 p.m.