GRAYSON COUNTY, Texas — A tornado death was confirmed by officials in Grayson County in an update provided Tuesday morning.

“Her home was destroyed,” the Grayson County Office of Emergency Management said. She was described as a 73-year-old resident of Sherwood Shores, which is along the Red River east of Interstate 35.

“Injuries resulting in transportation by ambulance or hospital emergency room care: ten at this time,” Grayson County OEM also said. A tornado warning was issued for portions of Grayson County by the National Weather Service Monday just before 6:00 p.m.

The United Way of Grayson County announced a tornado victims fund Tuesday morning.

As of Tuesday morning, several injuries were reported from severe storms around Texas.

Tornadoes hit North Texas Monday afternoon and evening. A separate set of tornadoes hit Central Texas. As of Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service documented 20 reports of tornadoes (based on the filtered reports), which were not yet confirmed.

“One confirmed fatality, female, age 73, a resident of Sherwood Shores in Grayson County, Texas. Her home was destroyed.”

Grayson County Office of Emergency Management

A tornado was reported just after 4:00 p.m. Monday in Jacksboro. Officials reported damage throughout the city, which is between Wichita Falls and Fort Worth. Images and video showed severe damage, including a roof ripped off the Jacksboro High School gymnasium. The school district said no students were injured.

Images and video showed damage to buildings in the Austin suburbs of Round Rock and Elgin.

KXAN reported, “Three people [in Elgin] were taken to hospitals with injuries associated with a tornado that caused damage to several buildings.”

Three “severe injuries” were reported in Crockett overnight as two mobile homes were “completely destroyed,” according to the National Weather Service. Four minor injuries were reported in Lake of the Pines. Multiple injuries were reported in Fort Bend, according to NWS, but specific information was not yet available.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott promised Texans would stand shoulder to shoulder in the recovery efforts.

“We know there are many people whose lives have been completely disrupted and people who have lost their homes,” Abbott said.

Abbott said Monday evening it would be a miracle if no loss of life came from the violent storms. The governor scheduled a stop in Jacksboro for noon Tuesday to provide an update on the state’s storm response.

The NWS will begin storm surveys Tuesday to confirm the various damage and injury reports.