DALLAS — Sunday's storms left damage in several metroplex areas.
The winds were so bad that they knocked down billboards, took down trees, caused a crane to collapse downtown and even ripped the roof off of a hangar door at Dallas Love Field this afternoon.
Around 1:57 p.m., Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to a 911 call for an "Industrial Accident" after a crane collapsed onto the Elan City Lights building at 2627 Live Oak Street downtown, officials said. One person is dead and seven others have been taken to area hospitals.
Two other rescues have taken patients to the hospital. No other information is available.
Part of a roof and a section of a hangar door were peeled off a Southwest Airlines maintenance hangar at Dallas Love Field this afternoon around 1:30, WFAA's Jason Whitely reports.
Mechanics were working on 737s when the severe thunderstorm moved over the airport, bringing strong winds and peeling off the roof and damaging the door.
Mechanics sought cover in another part of the building, fleeing from the hangar.
No one got hurt.
Mechanics have not been able to inspect the aircraft to see if any were damaged in the storm.
Strong winds and rain move through metroplex on June 9, 2019
We will have the latest numbers on storm damage and flight delays as we get them.
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Dallas-Fort Worth International:
Dallas-Fort Worth Intl (KDFW) is currently experiencing departure delays of 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 minutes (and increasing) due to thunderstorms. All inbound flights are being held at their origin until Sunday at 3 p.m. CDT due to thunderstorms.
Dallas Love Field:
Dallas Love Field (KDAL) is currently holding all inbound flights at their origin until Sunday at 4 p.m. CDT due to thunderstorms. Departure delays are at an average of 36 minutes and arrival delays for airborne aircraft are at an average of 39 minutes.
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