A high school in Weimar, Texas, was hit by a tornado on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
The National Weather Service said the tornado briefly touched down at Weimar High School at about 5:25 p.m.
School district officials said some injuries were reported. There was a fundraiser going on at the school at the time of the storm and a Papa John's pizza truck that was in the school parking lot as part of the event was turned over.
There were eight people inside the truck who had to be taken to the hospital. Most of their injuries were not serious and many of them have since been released from the hospital. No students were injured.
A scoreboard at the high school was damaged, NWS officials said.
School officials said part of the roof was ripped off and the football and softball fields sustained the most damage.
School is canceled for Friday and may reopen on Monday.
NWS officials said a train was also knocked off its tracks and the Fayette County Sheriff's Office said a tornado peeled back the roof of a medical center.
No injuries were reported there, but the 10 patients there were transferred to Columbus Community Hospital or discharged.
Weimar is about 88 miles west of downtown Houston and 109 miles east of San Antonio.