A powerful tornado ripped through parts of Northern Dallas and caused widespread property damage.
October 24, 2019
All post-CAT imagery of the Dallas areas that were affected by Sunday's tornado is now available in the Geomni Web Viewer.
October 23, 2019
Geomni flight crews finished capturing post-CAT imagery of the areas in Dallas impacted by the tornado, and imagery is now available in the Geomni Web Viewer.
Customers can use post-CAT imagery to assess the damage caused by this tornado and to help restore the lives of those affected as quickly as possible. Please contact your Verisk account representative if you have any questions or need help getting access to the updated imagery.
October 21, 2019
Dallas residents were taken by surprise when a tornado tore through the northern part of the city, causing major structural damage and leaving thousands without power.
The National Weather Service confirmed that a tornado touched down near Love Field at 9:48 pm CT on Sunday, October 20th and that it could have tracked as far as 17 miles.
Geomni has mobilized its fleet to begin capturing post-storm aerial imagery of the affected areas. Flight crews are en route to the area now to initiate imagery capture operations. Please stay tuned for further updates about imagery capture and publish timeframes.
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