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Doug Welsh's Texas Garden Almanac (Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Service Series)
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First Person: Walking the Destruction After North Texas' Tornadoes
Several counties of north Texas are still reeling from the effects of severe weather that took place nearly 24 hours ago.
FIRST PERSON | ARLINGTON, Texas -- Several counties of north Texas are still reeling from the effects of severe weather that took place nearly 24 hours ago. The images of the devastation is still too raw for the residents of Hood, Johnson, Parker and Ellis counties with cars, roofs, wooden fences, bicycles and all kinds of things twisted and tossed everywhere.
Meteorologists whom I talked to today told me that this is the worst weather related disaster they have ever seen, with one of them who works at WFAA-Channel 8 telling me that a total of 12 tornadoes touched down last evening. The national weather service is saying the tornadoes were moving at a speed of 200 miles per hour.
The devastation left six people dead and seven unaccounted for, hundreds of residents of the four counties that bore the brunt of the outbreak were also injured. Local authorities are estimating that more than 600 homes were damaged. This morning as I walked with the crew walking around homes rescuing residents and searching for those who are unaccounted for ,people were in a condition of shock and disbelief. With one of the residents called Jack telling me that he is thankful to God for surviving one of the worst disasters he has ever seen. He and his wife managed to get into the tub just minutes before it struck. In Johnson county the devastation was the same with trees toppled with limbs hanging on power lines and some on roofs that were spared.
And in Parker county the devastation was not as severe but all the same tragic with so many people
hurt and property destroyed with no electricity. A couple that we was able to talk to told me that they still think they were waking up from a bad dream. They have lost everything they owned ,their house, cars and trees that liked so much. But grateful that they are alive and have each other. So even as the rescue and recovery begins many still do not know what to do and where to start.