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Photos: Tornadoes tear through Texas

Updated 9:50 PM ET, Wed April 4, 2012
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Cambrie Thornton, left, and Royal Thornton sit outside their destroyed home Wednesday, April 4, after a tornado struck on Tuesday in Forney, Texas. Multiple tornadoes touched down across the Dallas/Fort Worth area, causing extensive damage. Getty Images
Between six and 13 tornadoes might have touched down in north Texas on Tuesday, the National Weather Service in Dallas-Fort Worth said. The number is an estimate pending a survey and damage assessment. Joel De La Rosa/CNN
Mike Enochs, left, and Gary Enochs salvage a baby crib from Mike Enochs' destroyed home. There are no reports of deaths so far, according to the mayors of Dallas and Arlington. Getty Images
Volunteers use a small tractor to clear debris in front of a damaged house. Getty Images
Nelda Vines sits in a chair in the front lawn of a home while waiting for several family members who were visiting a tornado-ravaged neighborhood. Getty Images
This home in Forney is a single example of the widespread devastation caused by Tuesday's storms. Getty Images
A tornado touches down in Lancaster, Texas, on Tuesday. Multiple tornadoes ripped through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, causing extensive damage. Courtesy Parrish Velasco
April Bridges looks at the remains of a house destroyed by a tornado in Arlington, Texas. Getty Images
A woman holds a few personal items after a tornado destroyed her home in Arlington. Getty Images
IReporter William Lawrence Meador captured the damage that the powerful storm left behind after it hit Grand Prairie, Texas. Courtesy William Lawrence Meador
A police officer in Arlington returns a dog to David Lowe after it was rescued from the rubble of his daughter's home. Getty Images
Residents search for personal belongings after a tornado destroyed their home in Arlington. Getty Images
A man in Arlington works to clean up his garage after it was damaged by a tornado. Getty Images
Patricia Daugherty searches through her belongings after her home was destroyed. Getty Images
Arlington's mayor signed a disaster declaration to help cope with the destruction. Getty Images