FORT WORTH, Texas — A pop-up storm that caused a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Tarrant County Monday evening also caused part of a building to fall over on a car, officials said.
The damage occurred on Main Street in Fort Worth near the city's historic Stockyards district. No injuries were reported.
Around 5:30 p.m., Fort Worth police officers were dispatched to 2200 N. Main St. where "several sections of a metal roof" cam off of a building and fell on a car. The officers provided scene security and traffic control.
The Fort Worth Fire Department also said it was responding to multiple calls for downed power lines in the area.
This storm was capable of producing up to 60 mph winds, heavy rain and lightning.
Limited damage was reported elsewhere in the region from storms, including in Lancaster where several large trees were knocked over.
The storms had mostly dissipated by 6 p.m.
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