TragedyTexas Tornado Causes Massive Damage (PHOTOS)04.04.12TragedyTexas Tornado Causes Massive Damage (PHOTOS)A string of tornadoes damaged some 650 homes in the Dallas–Fort Worth area, and—miraculously—no one was injured. See photos of the storms’ wrath.04.04.12 1:21 PM ETLarry W. Smith, EPA / Landov A woman talks on her phone outside a house with two cars against it after a tornado moved through the Dallas suburb of Lancaster. Tony Gutierrez / AP Photo A tornado-damaged home in the Diamond Creek subdivision in Forney, Texas. Tom Pennington / AP Photo Patricia Daugherty searches for her belongings after her home was destroyed in Arlington, Texas. Kim Johnson Flodin / AP Photo Deeann Powell recovers items from the trailer that a tornado lifted from her driveway and dropped in her neighbor's yard two doors down in Arlington. Ron Jenkins, Fort Worth Star-Telegram / MCT / Getty Images Ten-year-old Ty Proctor surveys damage after a tornado struck Bradley Lane in Arlington. Ty's dog, a red doberman, is still missing. Tom Pennington / Getty Images Arlington police officer Rick Stewart (left) and Tarrant County constable Clint C. Burgess (center) rescue a dog that belongs to David Lowe's (right) daughter after a tornado destroyed their home. Tony Gutierrez / AP Photo People walk through tornado damaged homes in the Diamond Creek subdivision in Forney. Ron T. Ennis, Fort Worth Star-Telegram / MCT / Getty Images Sisters Erin Foy (left) and Immerriea White had to abandon the family's destroyed home at the Portofino Apartments after a tornado swept through Lancaster. Tim Sharp, Reuters / Landov A resident looks at the damage caused by a tornado that ripped through Lancaster.