Last Updated Feb 16, 2016 9:54 AM EST
MIAMI – South Florida residents were stating extreme winds and downed trees a day after suspected tornadoes tied to a immeasurable charge complement incited several homes to rubble in a northwest dilemma of Florida’s Panhandle and in Mississippi.
CBS Miami reports this settlement of increasing hurricane activity is compared with clever El Nino events during a winter months in Florida.
While a hurricane touchdown has not been strictly reliable by officials, several Miami-area residents reported saying one.
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Authorities contend some-more than a dozen homes were broken in both Florida and Mississippi on Monday. There were no evident reports of any deaths or critical injuries from a reported tornadoes, yet witnesses pronounced one 94-year-old lady had to be pulled from waste in Florida.
One of 3 apparent twisters swept by Century, a farming city in a northwest Florida Panhandle, destroying or significantly deleterious about 10 homes, Escambia County mouthpiece Joy Tsubooka said.
Donald Pugh was during home in Century when a flue tore by his area of tiny wood-frame houses and mobile homes, downing trees. Pugh told The Associated Press that he and other neighbors used a sequence saw to giveaway a 94-year-old woman, stranded underneath a disfigured steel doorway and other waste of her home.
“It took us utterly a while,” he said. “She was revelation us where she was and that she was OK,” Pugh added.
The lady was taken to a sanatorium as a precaution, authorities said.
In Mississippi, windows were blown out of cars and dual gymnasiums and a library were shop-worn Monday during a K-12 propagandize in Wesson where children were in assemblage when complicated thunderstorms and a probable hurricane crossed during slightest 19 counties. No students were hurt, authorities said, adding during slightest 15 buildings and homes were reported shop-worn or destroyed.