Bad Weather Takes Out Gas Station Pumps
Strong storms this evening created serious problems for many North Central Florida residents.
One powerful storm in the Silver Springs Boulevard area of Marion County ripped up trees and knocked down power lines.
At least one home was damaged when a tree fell on it.
Thousands of customers were without power around the region formuch of Wednesday evening.
At the Diamond Oil gas station on Northeast seventh street in Ocala, a burst of wind blew apart the canopy over the gas pumps.
Marion County Fire Rescue tells us they responded to some 90 calls in a three hour period.
But so far no reports on injuries.
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