Views From Above: Dallas Tornado & Path From a Bird's Eye View - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Views From Above: Dallas Tornado & Path From a Bird's Eye View

Texas Sky Ranger, Dallas Police Air1 and viewers in planes took the following images and photos of Sunday's storms and tornado that hit Dallas.

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    Texas Sky Ranger Over EF-3 Dallas Tornado Path

    In North Dallas, you can see the path of destruction left by the EF-3 tornado from our cameras on Texas Sky Ranger. (Published Thursday, Oct. 24, 2019)

    As the storm system moved in Sunday, a viewer took the photos below from Reunion Tower in Downtown Dallas.

    Use the slider tool in the image to see the Dallas skies before and after.

    People were even on planes as the tornado and storms slammed North Texas Sunday. Viewers sent these images and videos to NBC 5.

    Viewer Sends 'My Scary Plane Ride' Through Dallas StormsViewer Sends 'My Scary Plane Ride' Through Dallas Storms

    A viewer sent NBC 5 this video as they were flying into North Texas during Sunday's storms.

    (Published Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019)

    Texas Sky Ranger flew by to check the path of damage in North Dallas near Preston Hollow.

    Photo credit: NBC 5 News

    Six schools in the Dallas ISD were damaged. St. Marks school took a direct hit by the EF-3 tornado.

    An NBC 5 viewer emailed iSee@nbcdfw.com a picture taken from a plane showing the damage path left by an EF-3 tornado in North Dallas.
    Photo credit: Stella Ballard

    More than 30,000 people across North Texas spent Monday night in the dark, still powerless from Sunday's storms. As of Thursday, there were 1,500 customers in Dallas still without power due to damaged electric equipment, Oncor officials said.

    Dallas Police Air1 took this photo of the power outages in the path of the EF-3 tornado that hit northern Dallas with wind speeds up to 140 mph.

    Our media partners at The Dallas Morning News took the following photo of the storm's path of destruction.

    Photo credit: The Dallas Morning News

    This photo was taken by Dallas Police Air1 showing the damage.

    Photo credit: Dallas Police Department

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