A tornado that tore through north Dallas on Sunday night caused significant damage to a fire station, but no firefighters inside were injured.
Dallas Fire Rescue tweeted out some photos of the station after the storm, which left as many as 60,000 people without power Monday morning.
“DFR fire station 41 was left uninhabitable after the roof, and other parts of the structure, was mostly removed by the high winds,” Dallas Fire Rescue said in a release.
According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, rescue crews were sifting through the rubble of homes and businesses searching for victims, but so far there have been no fatalities reported. Three people were hospitalized with non life-threatening injuries.