Update: Crane collapses in downtown Dallas, one person dead

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DALLAS, Tx. (DFW) - Update: 5:46 p.m.

At least one person has died after a crane collapsed onto the Elan City Lights apartment complex near Good Latimer and Live Oak in Downtown Dallas, officials confirmed. Heavy winds from severe storms moved through the area Sunday afternoon.

Two people are also in critical condition, three in serious condition and one person was already released from the hospital, Dallas Fire-Rescue said.

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Damage is being reported throughout North Texas, especially in Dallas, as severe storms moved through the area. According to our CBS's affiliate, DFW CBS Local, the damage is mostly being caused by heavy winds.

Fallen trees, downed power lines and damage to homes and businesses are the kinds of damage being seen through areas like Dallas County.

Power outages are also reported throughout North Texas.

A crane could be seen toppled over onto the Elan City Lights apartment complex near Good Latimer and Live Oak in Dallas. There have been reports of injuries from this incident but their conditions are unknown.

The view from Chopper 11 shows the extent of the damage cause by the crane collapse. Damage to units and vehicles could be seen.

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