Torrential rain in southeastern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle washed out bridges, sent chest-high water into homes and forced two major military bases to shut down Wednesday. At least one person died, the Florida Highway Patrol said. “Last night was like a hurricane and tornado all in one,” said CNN iReporter Steve Olensky of Perdido Key, Florida, whose 22-foot boat vanished in the storm. “It was blowing and blowing, the rain was coming. It was just incredible. We’ve been through (hurricanes) Ivan and Katrina, and we’ve never seen anything like this.” In a neighborhood north of Pensacola, a creek overran its banks, inundating homes and forcing residents to retreat to their attics to await rescue, Escambia County spokesman Bill Pearson told CNN on Wednesday. More