Shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday, the Dallas Fire-Rescue Department confirmed a tornado had formed about two miles north of Dallas Love Field Airport and was moving east. A second set of teams will resume search efforts in daylight.
A fire station was also damaged during the story.
According to Oncor, there were approximately 65,000 customers in Dallas experiencing a service interruption due to this storm. Asa Hutchinson confirmed the fatality and said "significant storm damage" occurred in northwest Arkansas.
A tornado watch alert issued by the Storm Prediction Center on Google said the warning covered 23 counties in Texas, stretching from Mason County in the south west of the state to the city of Paris in the northeast. WFAA reported that a convenience store collapsed in the storm, but the clerk told the station that everyone who was inside made it out safely.
Tree limbs, street signs and power lines were scattered across roadways across parts of Dallas and neighboring suburbs, and several homes and businesses were damaged in northern Dallas.
He says personnel initially responded to calls including "everything from power lines down, to fallen trees to people being injured inside of their homes by broken glass".
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Storm chasers and weather services captured many extreme images such as this disabled truck surrounded by debris, shot right after the tornado crossed 635 just east of 75, and this video taken from the eye of the storm. Evans said in another release that none of the firefighters at Station 41 were hurt, but the station was left "uninhabitable after the roof, and other parts of the structure, was mostly removed by the high winds".
Citing extensive damage to campuses, the Dallas Independent School District canceled Monday classes at six schools.
About 55,000 electric customers are without power in Dallas and another 40,000 in the surrounding area, according to Connie Piloto, a spokeswoman for utility Oncor.
The weather service says the suspected twister moved through the city's north side on Sunday night.
Winds were estimated to be least 86-110 miles per hour - enough to knock over cars and cause moderate structure damage.
Addressing a news conference Monday morning, Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson said the city was lucky this time.
There were no immediate reports of injuries.