Fla. Fleet Facility Damaged in Storms

August 28, 2017

Manatee County, Fla., is facing damaged vehicles and buildings following storms and a suspected tornado. More than eight inches of rain fell over the weekend, reports Your Observer, as well as a suspected tornado, which caused structural damage to several buildings, including the county’s Eastside Fleet Maintenance building.

At least two dozen residents were evacuated due to flooding, reports Fox 13. No injuries have been reported, and parts of the county are still severely flooded, but crews with Manatee County Public Works and Florida Power & Light have already begun efforts to clean up debris and restore power.

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