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Storm takes off roof

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By The Staff

The storm that passed through Chiefland Tuesday evening spawned a tornado that left a family of four homeless after ripping off three-fourths of the roof of a single-wide mobile home.
Levy County Sheriff's Lt. Scott Tummond said no one was injured. Tummond said the home was at Northwest 130th Street.
Chiefland Fire Chief James Harris, whose department responded at about 6 p.m., said two tree tops were taken out.
To help, contact Casey Schmelz at 352-281-5180.


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