Donald T. Shields Elementary School in Glenn Heights was one of the almost 1,000 structures damaged by the tornadoes that tore through North Texas on Saturday night. Officials estimated that the storms caused $1.2 billion damage and that figure could increase.
Donald T. Shields Elementary School in Glenn Heights was one of the almost 1,000 structures damaged by the tornadoes that tore through North Texas on Saturday night. Officials estimated that the storms caused $1.2 billion damage and that figure could increase. Domingo Ramirez Jr. Star-Telegram
Donald T. Shields Elementary School in Glenn Heights was one of the almost 1,000 structures damaged by the tornadoes that tore through North Texas on Saturday night. Officials estimated that the storms caused $1.2 billion damage and that figure could increase. Domingo Ramirez Jr. Star-Telegram

North Texas tornadoes caused $1.2 billion in insured damage

December 29, 2015 05:32 PM

UPDATED December 30, 2015 11:06 AM

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