NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. -
School Road in New Port Richey was underwater Sunday evening. Crews on bulldozers went door to door evacuating people trapped in their homes.
"It's terrible for me and my kids. I never thought it was going to be like this," said Arthur Tongen.
Tongen grew up this street and was amazed to see so much water.
"First time in 40 years that I've seen this. I've been living on this block for 40 years."
But the flooding was just part of it.
"Trees are down roofs are gone over there."
Residents say they saw a tornado come through in matter of seconds, doing heavy damage.
"I look out the window and I see all the branches flying and I started to hear that noise."
Christine Bishop's home was wrecked, but she got out safely with her friends and her pets.
"Everything we worked so hard for is completely gone. But the animals and the kids survived. So We are good."
A lot of water, a lot of damage, but no injuries.
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