PALM COAST, Fla. -- The damage from the EF1 tornado that touched down in the Palm Coast last month is adding up.
First Coast News learned Friday the cost to cover damage is up almost $2 million.
Initially, the city reported the price tag at $5.3 million. It's not up to $7.2 million.
Seven houses were destroyed, and 240 damaged during the December storm.
The city is still waiting to hear back from the Small Business Administration as to whether or not they'll be getting federal aid.
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Tornado touches down in Palm Coast
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