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Tears Of Joy When Family Dog Is Found After Dallas Tornado Destroyed Their Home (Video)




Comia Peoples wept Sunday as she was reunited with Lexi, the family dog. Her children waited in the car while volunteers searched through the rubble of their tornado-damaged Glenn Heights home. Lexi was found in the garage area, safe and sound.
In Texas, at least 11 people were killed in the Dallas area over the weekend by tornadoes, including one packing winds of up to 200 miles per hour (322 km per hour). The twister hit the city of Garland, killing eight people and blowing vehicles off highways.
"It is total devastation," Garland Police spokesman Lieutenant Pedro Barineau said. "It is a very difficult time to be struck by such a horrible storm the day after Christmas."

Three other deaths were reported in the Dallas metropolitan area, the United States' fourth most populous with about 7 million residents. Scores of people were injured in the region and officials estimated some 800 homes may have been damaged.



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