Texas Tornadoes wreaked havoc in Dallas Texas on Tuesday, April 3, 2012, flipping trucks like toys 100 feet in the air according to the National Weather Service.
Two large tornadoes rip across Northern Dallas and good thing for local residents, around 6 million living in the capital, they were able to prepare for the upcoming storm as the warnings were sent out early by the National Weather Service (NWS) saying “Tornado Emergency. Two tornadoes are currently affecting the DFW (Dallas-Fort Worth) Metroplex. Take cover now!”
However, properties costing millions of dollars were destroyed like tractor-trailers, cars, SUVs, shipping-container-sized cargos, roofs, etc.
The Texas tornadoes caused minor casualties leaving 48,000 people without electricity. There were no major injuries or death reported.
As for Dallas Forth Worh Airport, 400 flight departures were cancelled and 40 flights headed for Dallas were diverted.
Check out the videos below, the one above featuring images of destructed properties and the one below showing an actual shot of the tornadoes: