The first tornado touched down about 25 miles southeast of Dallas around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday- as shown in these video stills from the Channel 11 news helicopter.
Damage included a shed with parts of it's roof peeled off- and a motorist on a Dallas-area freeway who was blown into the median by the tornado's winds.
While Channel 11's chopper was chasing that tornado- a second tornado touched down a few miles southwest of Downtown Dallas- touching down and lifting as the storm moved northeast over heavily-populated areas of northern Dallas.
Damage here is to businesses and a warehouse in West Dallas- as shown by the Channel 11 helicopter shots.
Notice the 18-wheeler against the side of a damaged building in one of the images.
The truck had been travelling down the street in the lower part of the photo- and the tornado blew his truck against the building.
The driver suffered non life-threatening injuries- the ONLY injury reported in the DFW Metroplex today from tornadoes.
All this activity was spawned by slowly-dying Tropical Storm Hermine- the northern extent of which is only about 50 miles south of Kansas City right now.