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Tornado damage in Lindale. (Source: KLTV staff) Tornado damage in Lindale. (Source: KLTV staff)
Tornado damage in Woodlands subdivision in Lindale. (Source: KLTV staff) Tornado damage in Woodlands subdivision in Lindale. (Source: KLTV staff)
LINDALE, TX (KLTV) -

The National Weather Service confirmed at least two tornadoes caused miles of destruction in East Texas Saturday. From the sky, the trail of damage in Lindale can be seen all at once.  

READ: NWS assessor confirms EF-2 tornado in Lindale

Splintered wooden structures, flattened fences and down trees impact dozens in the Woodlands subdivision community.  Near County Road 2710, the damage continues with a home that appears to be completely destroyed while nearby homes remain standing.  

Emergency officials said during a press conference Sunday that they couldn't pinpoint the exact time frame of the storm, but they believe the storm moved quickly. 

"It was obviously a pretty narrow path and appeared to be moving pretty quickly because we got 'bang bang' reports from all three of these [affected] areas pretty rapidly after the initial report," said Lindale Fire Chief Jerry Garner. "This wasn't near as devastating as it could have been and for that we are extremely pleased, but we have some significant issues."

Related: Red Cross shelters set up after possible tornado touch down in Lindale

No injuries from the storm have been reported.

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