On Tuesday evening, high breezes harmed structures in Ellis County, south of Dallas, and in Hood County, southwest of Fort Worth.
A Dairy Queen in the Ellis County city of Ennis endured a genuine shot. The whole front segment of the
café came crashing down on vehicles left in front.
The store's senior supervisor said she wasn't there at that point, yet she caught wind of the extreme climate from the working people.
"All they said is that the rooftop passed over. Also, I couldn't say whether they implied the entire rooftop or part of it for sure," said Nicole Korthauer. "They got everyone in the stroll in, supposedly. However, it was twisted as they tell me."
Meteorologists don't accept that a cyclone, rather straight-line winds brought about the harm. Those breezes can arrive at similar paces as a lower appraised twister.
The transition to having everybody take cover inside the perfect extra space was a reasonable decent choice. Nobody was harmed.
A few other adjoining organizations like the Chili's, Chick-fil-An, and Whataburger additionally experienced less genuine harm.