Tornadoes ripped through parts of Texas Tuesday causing considerable damage in towns near the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Cameras captured footage of trailers and semi trucks being tossed in the air, as hundreds of residents took shelter from the storms.
As of Tuesday afternoon, there had been no reports of serious injuries.
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However, the mayors of Arlington and Lancaster, Texas, have both declared states of disaster for their cities after reports of extensive damage, according to CBS Dallas-Fort Worth.
About 12 tornadoes were estimated to have touched down throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area on Tuesday, April 3, the Associated Press reports. No deaths have been reported.
According to Reuters, there's a higher survival rate when tornadoes occur during the day because people can hear warnings and take cover.
For those interested in helping tornado victims, FOX News recommends donating money to the Red Cross or volunteering for clean-up efforts.
Check out the photos posted to Twitter and find more pictures in the slideshow below.
Picture of four tornadoes hitting at once in DFW. twitter.com/TamaraJoleeTV/…
— ★Tamara Jolee★(@TamaraJoleeTV) April 3, 2012
— Ellen Fox (@EllenFox) April 3, 2012