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Sat through an F3 tornado in Dallas last night. Was at my brother in laws house last night taking care of his bird Dawgs when the sirens went off. Got in the closet with my wife and son to wait it out. Had no idea there was a chance of a tornado.
As we were driving home I didn't think much of it. Saw a lot of damage - mainly down trees and such. Was worried about my house. Pull up to my house - no damage - not even a limb in the yard.
Woke up this morning - **** an hour and a half to get to brother in laws to feed dogs. Usually it takes 5 minutes. As I get closer to his house It hits me - just 150 yds north of his house - total destruction. Looks like a war zone. For about 13 miles.
Obviously I feel blessed for my family. But to think - that kind of devastation happens just 150 yds away - and because it's completely dark - I didn't even realize it. Very eerie feeling.
Moved to Texas from Georgia in 1974 and that was my first tornado.