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Video: Scenes from the storm and its aftermath

A rare tornado whipped through the seaside city of Revere today, causing dozens of trees to be uprooted and damaging to homes and businesses. Mayor Dan Rizzo said it appeared that the storm had come up through the city’s central business district and surrounding neighborhoods, with homes both east and west of Broadway sustaining damage. No serious injuries were reported.

Here are some videos of the tornado and aftermath.

The video below appears to show the tornado whipping past a storefront in Revere early Monday:

Video shows tornado ripping though Revere

Below, residents in Revere describe what they saw as the tornado tore through the city:

Revere battered by rare tornado

Video from Ambrose Street in Revere shows the intensity of the wind from the storm:

Revere hit by tornado

More scenes of the aftermath of the storm in Revere:

Revere Storm Damage from Severe Thunderstorms

Scenes as the storm hit Revere, from Tin Treasures Childcare in the city:

Revere Storm, Tiny Treasures Ambrose Street

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Torrential rain fell and roads flooded as severe thunderstorms rolled through the Boston area this morning:

Somerville Flooding on Bromfield Road

Alewife Brook Parkway was flooded early Monday:

Alewife Brook Parkway Flooded

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