DALLAS – As strong winds and rain sweep through north Texas, the worst appears to be over after a tornado warning was canceled for Tarrant and Dallas counties.
The Arlington Police Department tweeted that they are helping the Arlington Fire Department with some damage across the city, including malfunctioning beacons, various roof collapses on some buildings, and damage to buildings.
It is unclear how bad the damage is and whether or not someone was injured, and several Snapchat users have posted videos of the damage during and after the storm along Pioneer Parkway.
Just before 9 p.m.. m. There was a severe storm near the Grand Prairie that could trigger a tornado and move east at 45 miles per hour. The tornado warning was issued shortly after Sept.. 8 p.m. canceled. m.
I used to hear the tornado sirens from where I live in Dallas 75, just a few miles south of Richardson. The good news is @Burton_Spectrum that the tornado warning alert has expired. BUT we have a lot of lightning and heavy rain now! Stay inside! image. Twitter. com / TclFBiX17s
Here are several videos posted on Snapchat showing the effects of the severe storm in Arlington, near Pioneer Parkway. You can see severe damage to the Waterdance Apartments that looks like a roof has been blown off by the strong gusts of wind. @ SpectrumNews1TX
Warning: explicit language image. Twitter. com / wGSRm1hGFO
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