EDGEWATER, Fla. (AP) - A tornado reportedly touched down over
water and briefly came onto land in Volusia County but caused
Edgewater fire-rescue officials say the waterspout formed over
the Indian River just after noon Wednesday.
It blew ashore between a marina and an apartment complex, damaging the roof of one residence before lifting a small boat off its trailer and dropping it onto a pickup truck.
The funnel cloud continued northwest, ripping flashing from another home. No injuries were reported.
The National Weather Service in Melbourne confirmed a report of
a funnel cloud being sighted and issued a tornado warning for the
region later Wednesday afternoon.
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