FRISCO (CBSDFW.COM) – When heavy storms hit Frisco overnight, one neighborhood was right in the bullseye.READ MORE: Texas Grandmother Angela Downing Admits Throwing 3-Year-Old Grandson Against Wall, Charged With Murder
“I heard very strong winds,” recalls Alireza Amirkoorjani. “And then I came out here and saw this happened.”
His own chimney crumbled and crashed onto a neighbor’s pickup truck, leaving behind scrapes and dents.
Drone video shot by resident Herve Dussart shows flattened fences, and shingles bitten off by the wind. A huge tree fell in his own yard.
“The storm was so quick, we didn’t realize what happened,” says Dussart.READ MORE: North Texas Man Struck By Former Lake Worth Police Officer Files Federal Lawsuit Against Him
Over in Grand Prairie, a tornado tore into an airport hangar, ripping it open.
Employees at Forever Young Records mopped up after a roof leak led to flooding that came in – fast. The store was closed when water started gushing in.
“We have a display area with all our rare stuff, that’s all been damaged. There’s water dripping off down that wall,” explains office manager, Tavia Muzzi.
The task now – to preserve as many decades of music – before time runs out.
Grand Prairie police said the tornado left debris, but no reports of any injuries.MORE NEWS: Police Identify Oscar Rosales As Suspect In Texas Deputy Constable Charles Galloway Slaying
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