In comparison to a hurricane, the tornado that hit Palm Beach Gardens in Palm Beach County on April 29 resulted in less damage however it was still a devastating event that impacted property, homeowners, vehicles, and insurance consumers in the area, according to experts.

“Those individuals who did sustain damage as a result of the tornado should be filing a claim with their insurance company as quickly as possible if they haven’t already done so,” said Florida’s Insurance Consumer Advocate Tasha Carter.

The EF2 tornado produced 130 mph winds and was about a quarter of a mile wide but its path extended to more than 2 miles even though it was only on the ground for 11 even minutes, according to media reports.

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