Storms cause flooding, bring tornado, damage homes throughout South Florida

May 27, 2020

Source: WSVN

A storm over South Florida caused flooding, saw a tornado touch down in Miami-Dade County and damaged a home under repair in Broward County.

Some areas, such as near Bicentennial Park in Miami and the Redlands, bore close to five inches of rain in the past 24 hours, Monday.

Residents complained of cars driving by at speeds strong enough to cause water to surge into neighboring properties.

Some residents along Moffett Street used their vehicles and cones to block off the roadway due to the excessive floodwater. They said the wake from passing cars makes the floodwater creep up their driveways and into their homes.

Household water damage is extremely common and can cause a large problem for homeowners–while costing them a lot of money in the process. In fact, serious water damage, such as flooding or a visible leak, can lead to mold, which can be costly as well and a dangerous problem, particularly when infestations of toxic black mold occur. 

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