Strong thunderstorms rolling across central and southern Texas have put the region under a tornado watch through Friday morning, NBC News reported.
Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown said a tornado may have touched down in D'Hanis, 50 miles west of San Antonio, destroying a bank and damaging other buildings in the tiny town of about 550 residents
A tornado is also believed to have damaged a high school gymnasium in Floresville, southeast of San Antonio, early Friday, according to The Weather Channel. There were occupants inside the school, but no immediate reports of injuries.
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Meanwhile, the region remains under a flash flood warning as heavy rain continues to fall.