VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. (CNN) - A suspected tornado left behind a path of destruction in eastern Florida, and the storm was caught on camera.
Local media report the storm damaged dozens of homes and left several families displaced.
The brutal winds tore roofs off homes, toppled trees and mangled power lines.
No one was seriously injured.
Local news stations say the National Weather Service was expected to look at the damage Tuesday to determine whether this was actually a tornado.
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