Dallas Stars player Tyler Seguin has revealed that he has lost his home in the devastating tornado that hit the city without warning & # 39; night and says images of it were stripped and without roof & # 39; be extremely sad to see & # 39 ;.
The hockey player retweeted images of the property before and after the Texas storm on Sunday evening at around 9 p.m. with devastating wind of 111 km / h. It shows the large property completely destroyed in its wake.
Sharing the heartbreaking photo & # 39; s, Seguin wrote: & # 39; Thanks to everyone who contacted the news tonight, I am safe.
& # 39; Fortunately, this is my house for sale and I moved to a new one. I just left the area and it is an extremely sad sight to see. Prayers for everyone affected by the tornado. & # 39;
The house is near the Dallas North Tollway and Royal Lane in North Dallas. A photo before storm shows a large fenced area with a long driveway.
In the image after the tornado debris has been scattered all over the garden, windows are blown out and wooden structural beams are visible.
The photos were originally shared by local reporter Jason Whitely, who wrote: & # 39; before and after photos from home near Dallas North Tollway and Royal Lane in North Dallas – which was badly damaged during the tornado tonight. & # 39;
Tyler Seguin, player of Dallas Stars, shared this image of his house after a tornado hit the city without warning on Sunday and says that the damaged image & # 39; is extremely sad to see & # 39;
The house is near the Dallas North Tollway and Royal Lane in North Dallas. A photo before a storm shows a large fenced area with a driveway. In the image after the tornado debris has been scattered all over the garden, windows have been blown out and wooden structural beams have been exposed
The photos were originally shared by local reporter Jason Whitely, who wrote: & # 39; before and after photos from home … that were badly damaged during tonight's tornado & # 39;
The Dallas Stars had played against the Flyers in Philadelphia on Saturday. The team is supposed to have been back in Dallas to play the Ottawa Senators on Monday.
Crews searched Monday through the rubble of other houses and businesses in the city, torn apart by the tornado.
Radar confirmed that the tornado struck around Love Field Airport and traveled around the city to the northeast around 9 p.m. Sunday.
Tyler Seguin, pictured, retweeted pictures of his property before and after the storm
There were no reports of fatalities or serious injury in Texas early Monday, but Fire-Rescue spokesman Jason Evans says three people have been hospitalized for evaluation of non-life-threatening injuries.
Tens of thousands of people were without electricity.
One person was killed by a falling tree in Arkansas as the storms moved to the northeast.
Seven people escaped from a structure that collapsed in northwestern Dallas, but Dallas Fire-Rescue was looking for someone to stay inside, spokesman Jason Evans said.
WFAA-TV reported that a supermarket collapsed in the storm, but the clerk told the station that everyone inside was safe.
Evans said the department had also received several phone calls from people who had been injured in their homes due to broken glass.
On Twitter, Dallas Fire-Rescue said one of its own stations had sustained significant damage during the storms and contained photos that seemed to show a collapsed roof and debris.
Evans said none of the firefighters at Station 41 was injured, but said the roof had been torn off by the strong wind.
The tornado struck Sunday evening around 9 p.m. in Dallas, Texas with a devastating wind of 111 km / h
Since then, devastating aerial recordings have emerged that show the devastation of the storm when the authorities started looking through the rubble of houses and businesses that had been torn apart. A search and rescue team checks a house after a tornado has hit the neighborhood in Richardson on Monday
A radio station, KNON-FM, went off the air when the studio was seriously damaged by the tornado.
Lew Morris, one of the hosts of & # 39; Reckless Rock Radio & # 39; prepared for the show at the station while another show was broadcasting.
He told The Associated Press in a Facebook post that the station's power went out first, followed by the & # 39; distinctive whistle & # 39; of a tornado within three minutes.
He told the broadcast host who had sent him to follow him to the bathroom for safety.
& # 39; Then we heard the building shake and we could hear the glass windows splashing everywhere as the debris burst. We waited until all the noise was gone, & Morris told the AP.
He added: & # 39; We walked to the studio he just broadcasted from destroyed. & # 39;
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