A massive line of severe storms with several embedded circulations mowed across the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex during rush hour on Tuesday morning causing all sorts of damage and power outages. Flash flooding was also reported in some areas as torrential rains came down in the line. Small hail also was reported.
Video shot in the Ft. Worth suburb of Saginaw, TX north of I-820 on the north side of Ft. Worth. Wind gusts to near 70mph were reported in the area as the storms moved through.
Scenes 1-3: POV driving shots as the line moves in with 70mph winds and blinding rain.
Scene 4-7: Various shots of the high winds and rain in Saginaw.
Scene 8: Shot of small hail falling on the street.
Scene 9: White car driving through minor street flooding.
Scene 10: Wide shot of a gas station roof blown off onto power lines with cop on the street. This was near Longhorn and Main Street.
Scene 11: Shot of upside down roof with cop in background.
Scene 12-13: Shots of roof flipped over on ground.
Scene 14: Panning shot along power lines to where the roof came down on them.
Scene 15: Wide shot of gas station.
Scene 16-18: Shots of roof torn off an auto repair shop on Main Street.
Scene 19-20: Shots of broken power pole.
Scene 21-25: Shots of a small section of a wall of another Saginaw gas station that was blown out during the storm. Shots of insulation in the parking lot as well as shots of the wall.
Scene 26-27: Roof damage of a house.
Scene 28: Panning shot of roof damage to shed that was blown apart.
Scene 29: Shot of blown apart shed.
Scene 30: Panning shot from shed to roof damaged home.
Scene 31-35: Various shots of tree damage in a Saginaw neighborhood.