ARLINGTON, Texas – Collapsed structures and blow out windows in Arlington were due to a tornado.
The National Weather Service said it was an EF2, according to KXAS, citing NWS survey crews. The tornado had wind speeds of about 115 mph.
Severe storms hit the Dallas area Tuesday night, leaving major damage behind, according to KXAS News.
Twitter user Zireal posted a video showing possibly a huge tornado in Denton, Texas:
DFW Scanner also posted pictures of damaged buildings in Arlington:
Storm Damage (Arlington) Structural collapse at a burger restaurant on Cooper Street south of Arkansas Lane. pic.twitter.com/1u5S4r2a0w— DFW Scanner (@DFWscanner) November 25, 2020
Storm Damage (Arlington) Major storm damage at a commercial building in the 1100 block of Colorado Lane. Appears to be roof damage. pic.twitter.com/jnHB5FEVqT— DFW Scanner (@DFWscanner) November 25, 2020
The Arlington Fire Department and police responded to several reported locations of collapsed buildings and structures.
The Arlington Fire Department and @ArlingtonPD have responded to multiple locations in Arlington with reports of collapsed buildings. Our units are currently assessing the structures, triaging potential patients, and moving to other reported locations. We will keep you updated. pic.twitter.com/mX0r9VnHAY— Arlington Fire Dept. (@ArlingtonTxFire) November 25, 2020
No injuries have been reported.
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