NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. - At the end of Woodland Lane, there's plenty of wood work going on. Up and down nearby streets, tree service crews work to remove fallen trees and limbs.
At around 5 p.m. on Sunday, high winds got the best of Rhonda Knapp's magnolia.
"It got real calm and then it got extremely windy. Scary windy," says Knapp. "And the trees were really blowing and then the big thump and then the freight train going through."
The National Weather Service has yet to confirm a tornado, but wind patterns in the area at the time make it likely that a tornado did the damage.
Just down the block, a big oak is now camping on Margaret Smith's RV. It's practically brand new.
"I didn't know if I was going to be sick or cry," Smith says upon first viewing the damage.
With her one-two punch, Tropical Storm Debby blew down trees and, for tree crews, blew up some business.
"It's been pretty hectic," says Paul Hale of Harry Hale Tree Service. "Heavy rains aren't bad; heavy wind on top of heavy rain is where you get a lot of failures in the trees."
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