PALM COAST, Fla. - Residents of Palm Coast, Fla. are cleaning up after a tornado ripped through their community Saturday night.

National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Cordero said the EF1 tornado was packing 105 mph winds. Seven homes were destroyed and 22 homes had moderate damage.

As many as 142 homes sustained minor damage. The total value of the damage was estimated at $5,355,611.

A tornado warning was issued a few minutes before 7 p.m. Shortly after that, residents began calling 911 to report the damage.

"We are fine, but a tornado just hit our house," said 911 caller.

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