Weak Tornado Touchdown in Dania Beach | NBC 6 South Florida

Weak Tornado Touchdown in Dania Beach

The manager of Power Catamarans of South Florida, located along State Road 84, said several small dinghies were knocked around and one has a big crack.

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    The National Weather Service said a weak tornado touched down at 1 p.m. in the area of Dania Beach. There were no injuries but several boats at a boatyard were tossed around because of it. (Published Tuesday, July 23, 2013)

    The National Weather Service said there was a weak tornado touchdown in the area of Dania Beach for a very brief period around 1 p.m.

    The manager of Power Catamarans of South Florida, located along State Road 84, said several small dinghies were knocked around and one has a big crack. The tornado touched down just northwest of the junction between Interstate 95 and 595 near Marina Mile.

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    Witnesses said it was a quick, scary event.

    "It was beautiful then we had a little rainstorm come through, no big deal. Went inside to get otu of it and then all hell broke loose. It's like a train came through," said Bruce Wade, the manager. "It wasn't pretty."

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