Possible tornado knocks out power, leaves behind damage in Flagler County

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SOURCE: ClickOrlando.com

FLAGLER COUNTY, Fla. – Parts of Flagler County are seeing damage left behind after strong storms and a possible tornado moved through Central Florida.

Flagler County Sheriff’s Office officials said Saturday morning’s storms left damage from south of Bunnell to the Gamble Rogers area of Flagler Beach.

“A home on Trojan Way – located directly behind the White Eagle in Korona – lost its roof and had its windows blown in. Flagler County has requested the assistance of the American Red Cross to meet the needs of the household,” county officials said. “Other homes reported damage on Creek Bluff Run off John Anderson Highway. Minor to moderate damage was confirmed on Plantation Oak, Deer Run, Falling Waters, and Fairchild Oaks. Multiple damages within Flagler Beach have been reported, and are pending assessment.”

A fence is knocked down behind White Eagle in Korona after a possible tornado in Flagler County.
A fence is knocked down behind White Eagle in Korona after a possible tornado in Flagler County.

Downed power lines and trees, broken windows and damaged patio furniture were among the other issues seen after heavy rain and gusty winds swept through the area, officials said.

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