Tornado in Dallas: airports closed
175,000 structures damaged at the time the victims are not known
A tornado hit Dallas last Sunday causing damage to 175,000 homes and businesses and delaying flight connections at airports, including the "Love Field" airport. It was reported by the National Weather Service (NWS) Weather Forecast Center in College Park, Maryland. On "Twitter", Dallas-Fort Worth airport said its ramps were closed as a security measure and departures will be delayed for the morning. Currently there is no alert for the risk of sudden flooding.
A passenger said: "We have seen hailstones the size of a golf ball".
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is a major international airport located between the cities of the same name in Texas, in the USA.
With the transit of 652,261 aircraft in 2010, it ranked third in the world for handling airplanes and helicopters.
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