BAYTOWN, Texas (KTRK) -- As severe storms made their way across the Houston area, residents in Baytown were left without power, and the aftermath destroyed homes on Tuesday.
"We're very fortunate that no one is hurt with the amount of damage," Ryan Tucker, with the Baytown Fire Department, said.
Tucker said at least 15 structures were affected by the dangerous storms, and thankfully there were no reported deaths.
A four-inch gas line ruptured and caught fire near an auto repair shop.
CenterPoint Energy crews isolated the gas line, so people in the area now have gas. A resident's home was destroyed due to the fire, officials said.
Police told Eyewitness News that power lines, trees, and fence lines were also damaged in Baytown.
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Baytown gas station destroyed after severe storms
A Valero gas station off of North Main Street near I-10 was demolished after a tornado swept through Baytown.
The canopy of a diesel pump station completely blew off, according to the store manager.
"When the tornado hit us, it was like a hit and run," the manager said. "Everything was gone."
A man nearby in a white pickup truck told Eyewitness News he got lifted several feet off the floor, but his truck did not turn over.
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