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NWS Says Straight Line Winds Did Damage in Dallas County

A line of thunderstorms in the shape of a bow echo moved through with winds of up to 80 miles-per-hour.
Dallas County damage ((C) Caplio 500SE User    )
Dallas County damage ((C) Caplio 500SE User )
DALLAS COUNTY, AR -- A National Weather Service storm survey found no tornado damage in Dallas County.

However, there was clear evidence where a line of thunderstorms in the shape of a bow echo moved through, from one mile south of Dalark through the Manning area to Carthage. 

Numerous trees were snapped off or uprooted along the path of the storm.

In Manning, a tree crushed a vacant house.

Near Manning, a couple of mobile homes had roof damage.

A house had roof damage two miles southeast of Tulip.

In Carthage, several houses had roof damage, a porch was blown off a house, part of the roof was taken off a metal building, windows were knocked out of a house by a falling tree, and a pickup truck was crushed by a falling tree.

Winds were estimated as high as 80 miles-per-hour.

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