PHOENIX - A Phoenix car dealership suffered significant damage from a fast moving storm that hit the Valley Wednesday night.
The employees inside the Honda dealership at 7th Avenue and Bell Road said they were inside working when they heard what sounded like a tornado.
They froze, then looked out the window to find quite a mess.
Trees were snapped from the ground. They said it looked like someone took a shredder to a tree stump outside.
In some cases, the trees landed in an empty space in the parking lot, but that wasn't always the way they fell.
Unfortunately, a few cars felt the impact from Wednesday night's storm, but fortunately, there was no major damage.
The employees told ABC15 the storm lasted only about five minutes, but the power was out for about an hour.
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