1 dead in Richmond area after apparent tornado from remnants of Florence

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Drone footage of a building collapse after an apparent tornado that touched down at Speeks Drive and Hull Street Road. (Photo: Chesterfield Fire and EMS Lt. Jason Elmore / @CFEMSPIO / Twitter)

A Tornado Watch has been canceled for parts of Washington D.C. and areas south in Maryland and Virginia, but a Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for most of the region until 4 a.m. Tuesday.

The Tornado Watch was issued by the National Weather Service during the afternoon until 10 p.m., but it was canceled early Monday night.

According to the FOX 5 Weather Team, the heavy rain and thunderstorms that passed through are associated with remnants of Florence that was traveling north on Monday.

There were several reports of tornadoes and storm damage in Richmond and Chesterfield County in Virginia.



According to Lt. Jason Elmore of the Chesterfield Fire and EMS Department, there has been one confirmed death and another person was hospitalized following a building collapse at Old Dominion Flooring. Dominion Energy reported 6,000 customers were without power in the Richmond area as of Monday afternoon.





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