LAKE CITY, Fla. -- It's still tough for Gloria Underwood to even walk in her own yard, let alone talk about what it used to look like before the storm.
"It just blew me away. I couldn't do anything but just cry," said Underwood. "It just hurts. That's all I can say, it just hurts."
Strong storms this weekend left Underwood's Lake City home a mangled mess. Her carport is now caved in ,and her front-porch screen door blew all the way into the back yard.
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"We are going from job to job to job. I know we've done three to four in this area today alone," said Travis Lamonda.
Lamonda works for Restoration Specialists, a local cleanup company that specializes in storm damage. He says they've been getting call after call in the past 48 hours. We met him while he was working to dry out one home where a tree wrecked the roof.
"You could barely see the house, all you could see was the front of the tree from outside," Lamonda said.
Emergency Management tells Action News more than 50 homes in the area were damaged and at least eight can't be lived in right now.
Countywide, Monday seemed to be the unofficial day of cleaning up.
At least 10 power crews came in from South Florida to lend a hand. As of Monday night, power was fully restored.