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Tornado in Florida. Destroyed houses, broken trees

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A tornado touched down in northwest Florida early Tuesday morning, causing widespread damage. The element damaged houses, broke trees and took down power lines. There are no reports of any injuries.

The US National Weather Service (NWS) has confirmed the occurrence of a tornado in the Florida Panhandle region. There were also many reports of tornadoes in the area, including: in the cities of DeFuniak Springs, Panama City and Marianna.

The tornado struck in the area of ​​Panama City Beach, known as the Lower Grand Lagoon, with a population of approximately five thousand people. It is a popular place among tourists.

On Monday, the NWS issued multiple tornado warnings that were expected to remain in effect throughout the night. By Tuesday morning, photos of the destruction appeared on social media. The element damaged houses, broke trees and took down power lines.

The recordings show, among other things, an entire three-story house that leaned to the side, leaning against another building.

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No one was injured

There are no reports of any injuries.

fox35orlando.com, al.com, ENEX

Main photo source: ENEX

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