A tornado just touched down at a state prison in Blountstown, Florida, flinging cars upside down and stacking them on top of each other like it was nothing. Between 25 and 30 vehicles were caught in the immediate carnage and look to be completely destroyed.
The tornado touched down around 4 AM smack in the middle of the parking lot of the Calhoun Correctional Institution, according to the AP, and immediately started tossing the 25 to 30 vehicles that were sitting there.
No inmates were able to escape, and so far only two people were slightly injured at the prison in the Florida Panhandle.
As of 8:50 AM EST, the storm is still moving through Florida, and spawning tornado warnings.
Stay safe out there, Florida.