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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Storms overnight Wednesday into Thursday spun up tornadoes and brought damage to the Tampa Bay area.

Madeira Beach experienced flooded roads Thursday afternoon.

Pine Island Drive is closed due to flooding in the roadway in Hernando County.

Around 20 Home Depot associate volunteers with Team Depot, help with tornado cleanup in Honeymoon Mobile Home Park in Dunedin.

Storm damage from honeymoon mobile home park. A woman was stuck inside her mobile home, which is now damaged.

Overnight tornadoes caused damage to areas of Crystal River, tearing apart apartments, destroying homes, and blocking roads.

Citrus County experienced significant storm damage to homes, vehicles, and roads as debris littered neighborhoods and even flipped a shed. The county said fire rescue and public works staff are on-site assisting with damage assessments.

A man captured a supercell, the least common type of thunderstorm, in South Brooksville Wednesday evening.

Several trees were downed in the Clearwater area, and cars and structures could be seen with damage in the area of Eldorado Avenue and Bay Esplanade.

One home in the North Beach area of Clearwater sustained significant damage. Officials said an elderly woman was asleep at the time, however she is safe. The structure has been deemed unsafe due to exposed wiring and a structural issues, officials said.

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