Aftermath of North Texas Tornados

Integrated Media Reporting

North Texas experienced several sever storms on April 26, 2015.

Numerous tornadoes, with wind speeds more than 70 mph, hail, and inches of rain were reported in rural Johnson and Hill counties. Thankfully no injuries were reported. However many buildings and homes were destroyed in the storm.

“National Weather Service forecaster Lamont Bain said Monday that severe weather reached Comanche, Erath, Somervell, Bosque, Hill and Johnson counties. He said Glen Rose received more than 4 inches of rain,” according to “Part of the Waxahachie police headquarters south of Dallas flooded as water several inches deep rushed into the building.”

The American Red Cross provided teams to assist families after the storm in Maypearl and provided shelter for those in need in Johnson, Hood, and Erath counties.

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