It’s a near miracle no fatalities were reported in Dallas after a tornado first touched down near Dallas Love Field Airport and then headed northwest tearing homes and businesses apart in its wake and leaving 150,000 without power as of Monday morning.
The home of Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin was ravaged by the twister, which made the $2 million mansion look like an apocalyptic haunted house.
The 27-year-old Stanley Cup announced on Twitter that while he still owned the four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bath home, it was up for sale, and he had already moved to another residence.
According to the Zillow.com listing, the home has a “backyard paradise complete with resort style pool, 16 seat hot tub, custom putting green, large yard and bar.” It’s unclear how much of that was destroyed.
Seguin’s home is far from the only property damaged in the area. The Dallas Fire Station #41 was all but reduced to rubble.
The Home Depot looks like it will need to use its own supplies to build itself back up.
The roads are not safe.
Monday morning Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins tweeted that he would be signing a disaster declaration later today.
Stay safe out there, Dallas.