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Scary video shows a tornado crossing the Florida freeway

Mhm. It would have closed 41 in the collier right now. It prepares to cross 41 Standby. It will pass. It looks like, mm hmm. It was just about to cross over 41 still northbound. Make room. It's heading into the latest now. No. Yes, because I can not say yet. I'm trying to get these cars to stop. Mhm. Mhm. Yes. Okay. Yes. Okay, mm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm. Okay.

Scary video shows a tornado crossing the Florida freeway

A corporal from the Collier County Sheriff's Office recorded a video of a tornado traveling north toward the United States 41 Sunday morning. According to the WFLA, Cpl. Eric Kincaid was traveling south on Collier Boulevard toward Marco Island when he saw a tornado traveling north toward US 41 around noon. 9:15. The tornado crossed US 41 and began to spread. Watch the scary moment in the video above. Several tornadoes were seen Sunday as Florida was hit by severe weather, especially in southwest Florida. The National Weather Service determined that an EF2 tornado landed in the southern Fort Myers area Sunday morning around 6 p.m. 8 CNN reports that an EF1 tornado in Charlotte County, north of Fort Myers, with winds of 110 mph left a trail of destruction, according to the weather service. In Lee County, at least 28 homes were destroyed, with a further 62 homes damaged and uninhabitable. More than 7,000 were without power, and as many as 200 people were displaced.

A corporal from the Collier County Sheriff's Office recorded a video of a tornado traveling north toward US 41 Sunday morning.

According to the WFLA, Cpl. Eric Kincaid was traveling south on Collier Boulevard toward Marco Island when he saw a tornado traveling north toward US 41 around noon. 9:15. The tornado crossed US 41 and began to spread.

Watch the scary moment in the video above

Several tornadoes were seen Sunday as Florida was hit by severe weather, particularly in southwest Florida.

The National Weather Service determined that an EF2 tornado landed in the southern Fort Myers area Sunday morning around 6 p.m.

CNN reports that in Charlotte County, north of Fort Myers, an EF1 tornado with winds of 110 mph left a trail of destruction, according to the weather service.

In Lee County, at least 28 homes were destroyed, with a further 62 homes damaged and uninhabitable.

More than 7,000 were without power, and as many as 200 people were displaced.

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