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Photos: Tornado Rips Off Roofs, Downs Trees In Revere

Christine Molle and her husband, Wayne, survey the damage to her mother's house. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Christine Molle and her husband, Wayne, survey the damage to her mother’s house in Revere after a tornado touched down there Monday morning. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Master Auto manager Marie Annaloro, left, and Victoria Ohlson sweep glass and debris in the service garage where the roof blew off in Revere Monday. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Master Auto manager Marie Annaloro, left, and Victoria Ohlson sweep glass and debris in the service garage where the roof blew off in Revere Monday. (Elise Amendola/AP)

People survey damage in front of a funeral home in Revere. (Elise Amendola/AP)

The National Weather Service says this is the first tornado in Suffolk County since the agency began keeping records on them in 1950. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Homeowner Lenny DiBartolomeo, right, waves a flag as he and his tenant Wayne Devaughn, left, observe damage to their house. Both men said they were grateful that they knew of no injuries. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Homeowner Lenny DiBartolomeo, right, waves a flag as he and his tenant Wayne Devaughn, left, observe damage to their house. Both men said they were grateful that they knew of no injuries. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Ellen Bertino, left, and others look out at downed trees and power lines. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Ellen Bertino, left, and others look out at downed trees and power lines. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Damage in Revere from Monday's storm. (Jack Lepiarz/WBUR)

The tornado was spawned by a powerful storm that moved through the Boston area shortly after 9 a.m. Deputy Fire Chief Mike Viviano said his department received dozens of calls reporting partial building and roof collapses, and downed trees and power lines. (Jack Lepiarz/WBUR)

A car in Revere. (Mass. State Police)

Revere officials say there were no immediate reports of serious injuries. (Courtesy Mass. State Police)

Revere Fire Chief Gene Doherty says 65 buildings were substantially damaged, and thirteen of those were left uninhabitable. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Revere Fire Chief Gene Doherty says 65 buildings were substantially damaged, and thirteen of those were left uninhabitable. (Elise Amendola/AP)

(Jack Lepiarz/WBUR)

(Jack Lepiarz/WBUR)

At Revere City Hall, windows were knocked out by the storm. (Jack Lepiarz/WBUR)

At Revere City Hall, windows were knocked out by the storm. (Jack Lepiarz/WBUR)

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