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Hit near the ex-president’s house: a tornado swept through Dallas, sweeping everything in the way

Destroyed buildings, broken power lines and massive damage - all these are the results of the tornado in Dallas, which covered the city on Sunday night, 20 October.

Photo: screenshot twitter / Alex Rozier@RozierReports

The element caused damage to the territory for 17 miles (27,35 km). More than 95 000 people are left without electricity. Despite the fact that no serious injuries were recorded, the rapid response officers went home to check the condition of the residents.

The National Weather Service warned of continued strong winds and hail.

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Videos posted on social networks show the size and power of a tornado.

One of the videos shows a large funnel-shaped cloud above the city.

Other frames and photos.

Fragments of trees and roofs are scattered across the streets at almost every step, with strong gusts of wind, electric poles are tumbled down and power lines are broken.

Photo: Twitter / Ken Molestina @ cbs11ken video screenshot

Photo: Twitter / Ken Molestina @ cbs11ken video screenshot

Dallas Fire Rescue Services promptly responded to a building collapse in northwest Dallas. The Home Depot store was in the center of the elements: the roof collapsed, and water poured from the torn pipes.

A tornado nearly destroyed the home of former President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. “They are lucky and pray for the safety of their DFW neighbors,” reporter Jack Fink said. referring to representative.

On Monday morning, a city government press release appeared in Dallas that said there were no fatal or serious injuries. Damaged structures are being assessed.

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