It is certainly possible to get tornado or tornado-like damage near the eyewall. The effect of very strong winds passing over rough terrain and around buildings can generate short-lived swirls that cause a tornado-like damage pattern, though the features in question may not have the vertical depth to be truly classified as tornados.
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