A tornado spun through downtown Orlando, Florida, on June 6, after it was spawned by the outer edges of Tropical Storm Cristobal.

At least one tornado spawned by Tropical Storm Cristobal touched down in the Orlando area Saturday night.

Orange County Fire Rescue said in a twitter post that deputies and fire rescue personnel were clearing power lines and checking on residents around 8:15 p.m. Several power lines were down on the southeast side of the city.

There were reports of damage to residential areas, according to the City of Orlando. The American Red Cross was also responding.