PHOTOS: Homes in Ennis damaged by fallen tree Saturday morning Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Ennis, Headline on May 31, 2015 by Publisher Photo courtesy Samantha Slovak. Storms Saturday morning knocked down a tree onto Samantha Slovak's home in Ennis.ENNIS — Residents in Ellis County experienced damage again early Saturday morning as storms rolled through. A large tree fell on the home of Samantha and Brandon Slovak and their neighbor's home in Ennis at around 6 a.m.Although the two houses suffered significant damage, Slovak said, "Everyone is safe!"Ellis County has seen significant damage the past month as storms brought high winds and torrential rains.Ellis County Commissioner Precinct 1 and County Judge Pro Tem Dennis Robinson signed a disaster declaration Wednesday, May 27 during Ellis County Judge Carol Bush's absence.The declaration is effective for seven days unless continued or renewed by the Ellis County Commissioners' Court.The declaration was issued because of the potential for widespread suffering resulting from the May 2015 severe weather and flooding, according to the declaration.Photo courtesy Samantha Slovak.Samantha Slovak says her and her family are safe after a tree fell onto their home Saturday morning. Photo courtesy Samantha Slovak.Part of a large tree fell on the Ennis home of Samantha Slovak during Saturday morning's storms. You may also be interested in readingCommissioners to vote on proposed county budget MondaySheriff’s Office investigating fatal shootingManhunt in Ennis after shots fired at policeEnnis police investigating homicide after finding burnt bodyAlleged gunman in critical condition after Ennis officer opens fireCommissioner Robinson advises elected official to ignore state lawCommissioner Robinson disrespects officer during traffic stopA family dream: Pop Top Coffee ShopEnnis State Bank and FHLB Dallas support temporary housing in Ennis with $20K grantWithout help, oldest home in Ennis to be demolished ← Principal named at Dolores McClatchey ElementaryWaxahachie PD reminds residents of youth curfew → You must log in to post a comment.