Birthright loses three homes, 67 others damaged
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An Oncor crew was dispatched from Southeast Texas early on the morning of April 4 to assist with repairing downed lines.
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The North Hopkins Volunteer Fire Department's building was severaly damaged. Workers cleaned the vehicle bay on April 4.
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The lounge area at the North Hopkins Volunteer Fire Department Building was missing a wall by the end of the storm.
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Household items and building materials mixed in the debris from the storm.
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Sheila Krecek shows visitors around the wreckage of her family's property.
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The Volunteer Fire Department's kitchen had lost its ceiling and roof.
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The Vliet family's residential and commercial buildings were devastated.
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70 homes were damaged in the April 3 storm.
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Birthright residents and the communty's few businesses were without electricity on the morning of April 4.
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A large tree was among many uprooted along State Highway 19.
In the unincorporated Hopkins County community of Birthright, three homes were destroyed and 67 others damaged by a likely tornado on the night of April 3.