Tornado damage tracker: 2 people killed after tornado touches down near Alford in Florida

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A tornado touched down in Washington County in Florida early Thursday morning. At least two people have been killed and multiple others have been injured, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office.

According to the National Weather Service Office in Tallahassee, at least two homes were damaged along Highway 231 between Alford and I-10. Washington County is experiencing multiple power outages.

Thursday coverage: Tornado hammers Washington County, kills 2, injures many others, destroys 'a lot of homes'

What we know: Tornado touches down near Alford in Florida; two confirmed dead: Here's what we know

View our interactive map to see impacts and damage reports coming from the National Weather Service.

The map will show the following: Did a tornado strike? How many trees were downed? Is a road closed because of flooding? Scroll over each icon for answers and to see reports from the strike zone.

Florida tornado: Rolling storm damage reports in Florida

Olivia Ali is a digital producer with the USA Today Network. She can be reached at oali@gannett.com or on Twitter @OliviaNAli.

This article originally appeared on The News Herald: Florida panhandle tornado damage: What happened in Alford