A powerful winter storm that left much of the eastern US snow and ice-covered brought four tornadoes to Florida Sunday morning, injuring at least four people and leaving a path of destruction behind.
Officials say the twisters left hundreds homeless after destroying 65 homes and over 100 mobile homes in three different communities.
An EF-1 storm — topping speeds of 110 mph and spanning about 50 yards wide — caused a semi-truck to flip on its side as the twister crossed Interstate 75 in Charlotte County, Fox Weather reported. The accident left the trucker with minor injuries.
Video captured by Fort Meyers residents showed debris flying through the air as an EF-2 storm moved through Lee County, bringing heavy rain and strong winds.
The twister obliterated the Tropicana RV Resort, where trailers were torn to bits, and left 28 homes were destroyed and another 62 were rendered…