Severe thunderstorm warning issued for Dallas-Fort Worth, serious damage reported after tornado in Tarrant – The Dallas Morning News

The National Weather Service had actually issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of North Texas previously in the night.
The caution covered parts of Dallas and Tarrant counties, consisting of the cities of Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington, and was in impact up until 9 p.m. Saturday.

Avoid Briar area around FM 730 near Azle. A twister has actually triggered lots of downed power lines and trees. A great deal of home damage in the location. No serious injuries or deaths reported at this time. Law enforcement, fire, EMS and emergency teams are working the scene.– Tarrant County SO (@tarrantcountyso) August 30, 2020

Upgraded 9:40 p.m.: Revised to include details about a tornado in Tarrant County.
A twister triggered major damage in parts of Tarrant County Saturday, the Tarrant County Sheriffs Office stated.
The department said that a tornado triggered numerous power lines and trees to drop in the city of Briar, in the northern part of the county. There is a lot of property damage in the area, however no severe injuries or deaths, the department stated in a tweet.