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PHOTOS: LeeAnne Locken Shares Pics of Tornado Damage to Her Neighborhood as RHOD Cast Speaks Out After Tornado Touches Down, Who Was Impacted By the Storm?

PHOTOS: LeeAnne Locken Shares Pics of Tornado Damage to Her Neighborhood as RHOD Cast Speaks Out After Tornado Touches Down, Who Was Impacted By the Storm?

PHOTOS: LeeAnne Locken Shares Pics of Tornado Damage to Her Neighborhood as RHOD Cast Speaks Out After Tornado Touches Down, Who Was Impacted By the Storm?

LeeAnne Locken is feeling lucky after she and her family were left unharmed by a powerful tornado that touched down in her North Dallas neighborhood of Preston Hollow on Sunday evening.

Following the storm, LeeAnne and several of her Real Housewives of Dallas co-stars, as well as former cast member Tiffany Hendra, took to their social media pages, where they shared videos and photos taken during and after the storm.

“My neighbored is DESTROYED!! All this destruction is a block away from me!!” LeeAnne wrote in the caption of an Instagram post, which featured a series of videos of the damage done to her neighbor’s homes.

“Hillcrest is SHUT DOWN between Royal & Meadow because power lines are about to fall in the street. STAY HOME!!!” she advised. “So many of my neighbors homes are destroyed. Rich and I are spending our day making sure everyone has food & water .. PLEASE DON’T DRIVE IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD. .. Nails, roofing, bricks & trees are blocking almost every street. We have no power & my aol phone service is going in and out.”

While several homes in LeeAnne’s neighborhood suffered major damage, she told her fans and followers on Twitter that the home she shares with husband Rich Emberlin is “fine for now.”

Stephanie Hollman sent her well-wishes to those affected by the tornado on her Instagram page with a family photo of herself, husband Travis Hollman, and their two kids. Then, she assured her Twitter audience that her family is safe after a “crazy night.”

Brandi Redmond, D’Andra Simmons, and Kary Brittingham also assured fans they are okay.

On Instagram, Kameron Westcott shared a selfie and told her followers she was looking into ways to help the victims of the storm.

Part-time cast member Cary Deuber chronicled her experiences with the tornado in a series of video clips on Twitter before confirming that she and her family are safe on both Instagram and Twitter.

Former cast member Tiffany also spoke of Sunday night’s tornado on her Twitter page after the storm had passed.

The Real Housewives of Dallas season four airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.

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