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A tornado struck Dallas and other parts of North Texas Sunday, causing damage, power outages and calls for the public to shelter in place.
Reports of a tornado started after 10 p.m. when warning sirens began going off near Dallas Love Field Airport.
Tornado sirens going off at DAL and flight crews are all deboarding their planes. This is going to be a long night
Another picture of #tornado looking northeast from Lake Highlands ... @wfaaweather @wfaa pic.twitter.com/AZWRjks3Ye
Pictures of tornado damage in north Dallas from Nick Busby of Live Storm Chasing. pic.twitter.com/UZjp12TnSg
Tornado sirens going off at DAL and flight crews are all deboarding their planes. This is going to be a long night— Andrew Forbes (@Andrew4Forbes) October 21, 2019
Pictures of tornado damage in north Dallas from Nick Busby of Live Storm Chasing. pic.twitter.com/UZjp12TnSg— penelope210 (@penelopesire) October 21, 2019
Vicky Castillo sent images of major damage, wrecked 18-wheelers on Loop 12 in Dallas after tornado reported around Dallas Love Field. pic.twitter.com/oQiCDeK4Mi— Marjorie Owens (@clumsyandshy) October 21, 2019
Not so nice storms here in Texas. Tornado Warnings in full effect. God speed to all the Emergency Service Personnel tonight. #Texasstorms #Texasboy #doingmything #GodSpeed #TakeShelterNow pic.twitter.com/GnAjVxNyCG— James Rose (@ushklav) October 21, 2019
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