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Dallas tornado leaves heavy damage, power outages in Texas

WorldNews Monday, 21 October 2019
Dallas tornado leaves heavy damage, power outages in TexasDALLAS — A tornado left a miles-long trail of heavy damage from northwest Dallas to Richardson late Sunday. Tornadoes also had been reported in southern Dallas and Rockwall counties. No fatalities had been confirmed by 11:30 p.m., but first responders were going door to door in some neighborhoods to check on residents. Parts of northern Dallas, including the Love Field area, were especially hard hit. KXAS-TV (NBC5) meteorologist Rick Mitchell estimated the tornado’s route may have stretched 17 miles, though the path of its damage may not have been continuous. Dallas Fire-Rescue was responding to calls about people who had been injured by broken glass in their homes, spokesman Jason Evans...
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