KAUFMAN COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) – One of five tornadoes that hit parts of north and east Texas on Wednesday was an EF-2.

With maximum wind speeds of 125 to 130 mph, the EF-2 tornado tracked between Kemp and Mabank in southeastern Kaufman county around 4:30 p.m.

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The high winds did the most damage near Cedar Creek Reservoir; destroying at least 25 homes in the Cedar Creek Country Club subdivision.

Officials said one person was treated for minor cuts.

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The National Weather Service in Fort Worth confirmed twisters struck in northern Fort Worth with winds estimated at about 90 mph; in Krum and Saginaw, north of Fort Worth, and Rockwall, northeast of Dallas, with winds estimated at 70 mph to 80 mph.

Meteorologist Patricia Sanchez said a Wednesday tornado in Canton was confirmed and crews were assessing damage.

Tornado seen in Mabank, Texas (Credit: Rachel Hosey/Facebook)

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