Storms wreak havoc across the United States causing power outages and at least ten reported deaths. The severe weather first hit the South before rolling east, with strong winds and heavy rain causing widespread damage. Trees were toppled and homes were destroyed, while thousands of people were left without power. Emergency services were pushed to the limit as they responded to hundreds of calls for help.
In Dallas-Fort Worth, the damage was particularly severe, as seen in pictures posted by The Dallas Morning News. The storm left much of the city in darkness, with several areas experiencing severe flooding. In some places, the rain was so heavy that streets were turned into rivers, making travel impossible.
The storm is now moving towards the northeast, where further damage is expected. Residents are being urged to stay indoors and avoid unnecessary travel until the storm has passed. Despite the devastation, emergency services are working hard to assist those affected and restore power to the affected areas.
As the storm continues to wreak havoc across the country, many are left wondering what they can do to help. Donations are being raised for those affected by the American Red Cross and other local organizations, and volunteers are being called upon to help with the cleanup effort. The full extent of the damage caused by the storms is yet to be determined, but one thing is clear – the communities affected by this severe weather will need all the support they can get to recover from this devastating event.